The Five Best Calendars to Start 2015 Off Right
We all have grand illusions going into the new year, but one of the resounding resolutions we make year after year is to get (somewhat) organized. Calendars will help you accomplish that, not to mention spruce up your desk space, and offer a nice surprise at the start of each month. Here are five that will get your year off to the right start!
Garance Dore for Rifle Paper Co. 2015 Beauté Spiral-Bound Desk Calendar We fawned over Garance Dore’s stunning prints, and even moreso once she collaborated with stationery giant Rifle Paper Co. for a fashionista-inspired collection, including notebook sets, correspondence cards, and this calendar ($16, riflepaperco.com) for the beauty obsessed.
Sugar Paper 2015 Kate Desk Calendar Sugar Paper is home to some of the prettiest, yet classically understated stationery around, like this top-selling, letterpress-printed desk calendar ($56, sugarpaper.com), and even collaborated with Target for a limited edition collection featuring planners and calendars at an affordable price point.
Stendig Calendar A true (yet totally affordable) piece of art, the Stendig Calendar ($35, needsupply.com) is based off of Massim Vignelli’s 1966 design, which currently resides in the Design collection of New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
Pinhole Press Hanging Photo Calendar One of Pinhole Press’s many customizable options ($30, pinholepress.com) allows you to insert photos of your loved ones, and makes the perfect gift for grandparents who are always asking for more photos of the kids!
Redcruiser 2015 Beer/Food Calendar If you’re looking to find what beer would go best with those fish and chips (or just like beer and food), this calendar ($20, etsy.com), which can double as art prints, has got you covered.