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by Make it last on 17 March, 2015

Our favorite interior stylist Anna Mårselius and house photographer Pauline Suzor got together to show you the best desk accessories.

Typewriter, 250 SEK, Södra Skattkammaren.  Frame with picture of James Dean, 200 SEK, Södra Skattkammaren.  Ballograf pen, 50 SEK, Stockholms Stadsmission.  Hand cream Cedar Wood, 99 SEK, Granit. Camera case, 50 SEK, Öppen Hand. Glases, 1750 SEK, Specsavers. Minicameras, 100 SEK, Myrornas. Leather guest book, 30 SEK, Myrornas. Zigzag patterned note book, 129 SEK/3 items, Granit. Beige note book, 75 SEK, Iris Hantverk. Black note book, 65 SEK, Iris Hantverk. Paper weight, 50 SEK, Myrornas. Paper art, 80 SEK, Stockholms Stadsmission. Glas squares, 20 SEK, Myrornas. Pens, 100 SEK/each, Södra Skattkammaren. Inkwell, 150 SEK, Södra Skattkammaren. Marble box, 150 SEK, Öppen Hand.  Black note book, 10 SEK, Myrornas. Beige note book, 20 SEK, Iris Hantverk. Leather note books, 20 SEK/each, Stockholms Stadsmission. Miniature airplane, 5 SEK, Myrornas. Brass weight, 50 SEK, Myrornas. Inkwell, 75 SEK, Södra Skattkammaren. Lamp cord, 20 SEK, Myrornas.  Leather case, 100 SEK, Myrornas.

All products are vintage or made of sustainable and/or ecological materials.

Styling: Anna Mårselius Photographer: Pauline Suzor

Read Annas blog here.


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