Why is stationery so utterly seductive? There can’t be many inanimate objects on this planet that offer a more discrete thrill than the sight of a fresh, unused notebook and a beautiful new pen. Perhaps it’s down to the fact that in new diaries, sharp scissors and packs of coloured pencils, we’re able to personify our idealised selves: organised, efficient, productive, stylish. Stationery feels like the gateway to excellent work, and who isn’t trying to achieve that?
Enter ‘Goods For The Study’, a beautiful new store from the team behind Soho’s beloved bookstore McNally Jackson. Filled to the brim with beautiful objects for work and life, it aims to help customers craft a more distinctive and inspiring place of work. Covering the spectrum from $9 Bindewerk notebooks to $2,000 oak desk chairs, this Mulberry Street gem offers a carefully curated edit of the best stationery and office furniture from around the world. Stop in to pick up a print for your study, a pack of elegant thank-you cards, or a beautiful bound notebook, sure to house the scribbled notes of your best idea yet.