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Simplistic and Functional European Design

We're drawn to inspirational design, clean lines and function and it wasn't long before we discovered the aesthetics of Jan & Lara's Universo Positivo project, having first launched in Paris, 2013.  After meeting in London and Paris to see the new collections, more of which we would gladly have cultivating in our own pads, we've introduced a small selection of their oak and contrast coloured lacquered metal accessories. 

Curate your own range of desk tidy options using the tray or pent pot in the variety of colours available; mix and match with White, Neon Yellow, Agate Grey or Salmon Red.  Then look to the wall storage boxes, pure style and again something quite desirable as a single unit or showcased in multiples together.  They come in three sizes, Large in Neon Yellow, Medium in White and Small in Traffic Grey.  European design at its best and wholly affordable. 

Click here to see the new collection.

See us in.... Country Homes & Interiors Magazine (out today)

A shout out to the lovely Tamara Kelly, Style Editor at Country Homes & Interiors Magazine who made a pick of items to feature in the new April issue, out today.  Keep your pies out (it is British Pie Week c'mon!) for our Leather Storage Trunks featured on page 39, Leather Desk Tidy and Japanese Blotter Drawing Pad both featured on page 76 'Shopping Shortlist', our Oversized Peg (in orange) on page 79 and white Envelope Paperweight page 81 continued in the 'Shopping Shortlist'. 

Check out their new shopping buys video based on 'Best Desk Buys' featuring our Oversized Peg Clip here.

Desk Accessories Designer Shortlisted

We fell in love with the simplicity, design and lightness of these beautifully made objects from the get go and are proud to have them featured in our Desk Accessories range.  You can see for yourself below. 

Now we hear that Samuel Chan, the designer of Channels products, has made the shortlist for the Homes and Gardens Designer Awards 2015, in the category Furniture Designer of the Year. The annual Award is nominated and judged by industry peers celebrating "those who have succeeded in creating brilliant pieces" and provides "an insight into current design trends".
 
Samuel won the Award once before, in 2007. and this year's nomination was submitted by one of the judges who saw his latest collection for Channels launch at the London Design Festival.

The results of the Homes & Gardens Design Awards will be announced later this month at a ceremony in the British Museum so we'll let you know how he gets on.  Good Luck Samuel from us here at Ginger Rose!

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