Your Workspace Needs a Pretty Calendar (Like These!) So You Stop Confusing Tuesday With Friday

Your Workspace Needs a Pretty Calendar (Like These!) So You Stop Confusing Tuesday With Friday

Katie Holdefehr
Jul 30, 2016
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As you're snapping back into your fall routine, you're going to need a calendar to keep you on track—and to make your desk look pulled together, too. Some of these calendars will inspire you to get creative (there's an origami-a-day option!), while others leave plenty of room for jotting down appointments. There are 17-month calendars that will carry you into 2017, a perpetual calendar you can use for years, and a few sneak-peeks for next year that work as wall decor in the meantime.

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Upload 12 of your favorite photos, from your Instagram or anywhere, and Artifact Uprising will turn them into calendar pages displayed in a reclaimed-wood clipboard. Your calendar will start with the next month, so you won't need to wait until January to use your custom creation. Wood Calendar, by Artifact Uprising, $30.

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Add some color to your workspace with a 17-month paint chip calendar that starts in August. Paint Chip Calendar, from Paper Source, $25.

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This oversized 25-by-19-inch option is full of vibrant patterned pages. At the end of each month, tear out the sheet to repurpose as gift wrap. Wrapping Paper Calendar, by Paper Source, $35.

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Turn the knobs of this perpetual calendar to keep track of the date. A hidden compartment slides out for storing erasers and paperclips. Calendar Stationery Box, from Kikkerland, $20.

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Adorable illustrated maps of 12 major cities are going to spark a year of wanderlust. Maps Desk Calendar, by Rifle Paper Co., $16.

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Created by Erin Gleeson, the author of The Forest Feast cookbook, this pretty calendar feels like a walk through the woods. Every month features photos of seasonal vegetables, layered with charming illustrations and hand lettering. These collages are just what you need to brighten up a boring cubicle. The Forest Feast 2017 Calendar, by Abrams Books, $15.

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In honor of the National Park Service's 100th Anniversary in August, set off a year of celebration with Erin Vaughan's calendar of 12 illustrated parks. The National Parks Calendar, by Erin Vaughan, $20.

It looks like the coloring book trend is going to carry on into the 2016 school year, and as work and school ramp up again, you're going to appreciate the de-stressing power of every single page. Joanna Basford 16-Month Coloring Book Weekly Planner, $12.

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If you like to see the whole year mapped out in one spot, go with Snug.Studio's pretty pink calendar poster. This pick doubles as wall art, so it's totally acceptable to put it up a few months early. Toyblocks Calendar, by Snug.Studio, $21.

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Whether you're a master crane-folder or have never tried origami, this calendar will inspire you to make something new every day. The pages are perfectly square and printed with graphic patterns, ready to be folded into a butterfly or pecking bird. Origami Page-a-Day Calendar, by Workman, $14.

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Make every day just a little more enjoyable with a pop-able bubble wrap calendar. Bubble Calendar, from Uncommon Goods, $27.

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This stylish easel calendar is guaranteed to win you the chicest-desk-in-the-office award. Easel Desk Calendar, from Anthropologie, $68.

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