Our Top 8 Stationery Brands #NationalStationeryWeek
Time to take note - it's International Stationery Week and we've rounded up some of our favourite brands that can satisfy the needs of even the most extreme stationery enthusiasts. Pens and paper at the ready..
Present and Correct
Established in 2009 by two graphic designers, Present and Correct sells self-designed products as well as notebooks, cards and prints made by designers from around the world. Both founders admit to having a long-term obsession with stationery (don't we all!).
Meylor Paper Goods
Founded in 2016 by Grace Watts, Meylor Paper Goods is known for its minimalist luxury stationery with an emphasis on quality. All of their products are made in England and proudly stocked in Harrods, Fenwicks, Olivia Bonas and The Conran Shop.
Chloe Hall Illustration
Based in Leicester, Chloe Hall Illustration is known for prints and patterns inspired by nature. Founder Chloe has a passion for the outdoors, which you can see reflected in her beautiful cards, notebooks and prints.
GO Stationery designs and manufactures high quality stationery that's styled and made in London. The brand is stocked by many of the UK's top high street names as well as a number of independents.
Ohh Deer was established in 2011 by Jamie Mitchell and Mark Callaby. The brand is recognised as a platform for illustrators to showcase their designs - you can find them in Urban Outfitters, ASOS, John Lewis and Selfridges.
Papier was founded in London in 2015. The brands aim is to inspire people to connect with each other in a more thoughtful way. Papier have partnered with the industry’s leading artists, illustrators and designers to create a collection of cards and invitations to suit every occasion.
Chase and wonder
Chase and Wonder prides itself on being a fine design stationery brand with British personality. They focus on producing only the highest quality designs and products, all of which are proudly made in Britain. Chase and Wonder was established by husband and wife designers David and Faye Aspinall in 2010.