Sitting down to write a new letter is one of my favorite things to do. At the end of the practice, I have had the opportunity to spend a quiet moment by myself, and now I have all the joy of knowing that I have created something unexpected for somebody else. Here is a group of accessories for developing a letter-writing nook for whenever the mood strikes. — Erin out of Reading My Tea Leaves
Hey! Note Card, Single – $4
Not all events call for a long letter. Sometimes a sweet note is going to do. I adore these cards out of Hello Tenfold.
Princeton Adjustable Desk Lamp – $229
Letter writing is frequently simpler with only a little bit of focused light. I enjoy this lamp because of its simple layout and traditional form.
Leather Pen Case – $104
If I need to take my letter writing on the move, a simple leather pouch for pencils and pens is always what I’m after.
Oslo Writing Desk by Studio Moe – $875
This writing desk made from sustainably harvested ash would be perfect for a place where space is limited. I love the clean lines and mild end.
Modern Desk Organizer by The Design Pallet – $45
I like to get all my writing implements . This hardy organizer created from reclaimed lumber would do just the trick.
Old Faithful Shop
Carrière Lavender Candle – $51.99
Even though a candle is not a necessary part of letter writing, a sweet scent and a hot glow always help me along. These soy candles out of Carrière Frères Industrie are incredible.
Barneys New York
Arte & Cuoio Leather Desk Blotter
It’s an old-fashioned type of matter, but the sensation of hand writing a letter on a leather desk blotter can not be beat.
Brook Farm General Store
Straw Wastepaper Basket – $59
Not every epistle will come out perfectly the first time. I would use this basket as a spot to store lost drafts on their way to the recycle bin.
Wood Memo Clipboard
I sometimes like to write letters in areas other than my desk. Whether I’m curled up on the couch or sitting on a park bench, having a simple wooden clipboard makes it a far more enjoyable experience.
The Spanish Chair – CAD 3,950
This leather chair has armrests so broad I can envision crafting a letter using one of these as a writing surface.
XO + Hello Wax Seals – $16
I love wax seals, but I make a mess whilst using them. These seals are self adhesive — easy peasy.
Hickoree’s Hard Goods
Tombow Pencils – $19
I love the smell of freshly sharpened pencils, and I especially love that they let me erase any pesky spelling mistakes!
Personalized Letterpress Stationery Boxed Set by Honizukle Press – $30
I think I would be compelled to write more letters if I had my own letterpress stationery at the ready. I love the white on white of this collection.
Par Avion Rubber Stamp by Hunter’s Hideaway – $18.95
While I compose letters to individuals abroad, I like to add just a little reminder to the postal company to speed up things.
Standard Steel & Oak Dining and Office Chair – $325
For minutes when I actually must focus, sitting upright at a desk helps me concentrate. This simple chair would be the perfect place to perch.
Bear Personalized Letterpress Stationery for Kids by In Haus Press – $125
This stationery might be created for kids, but I would quite enjoy a personalized set for myself.
Postcup by Bailey Doesn’t Bark – $52
I enjoy a fantastic ritual, and sitting down to compose a letter with a cup of tea by my side is just one of my favorites. This Postcup seems like just the thing to accompany a letter author.
Circle Trivet – $10
While I usually opt for tiny versions of things, this oversized coaster is fantastic for a large cup of tea.
Caran D’Ache Ecridor Fountain Pen – $245
If I’m going to tackle a brand new letter, I want to do it in style. No pharmacy ballpoints for me just a fountain pen will do.
Ceramic Cup by Fashioned From $25
I like the form of this catchall. It would be perfect for erasers, clips and even a roll of postage stamps.
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