Weekly Planner Blue
Weekly Planner Blue
Weekly Planner Blue

Weekly Planner Blue

£14.00
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Brand: Kartotek

Keep track of the days the rest of the year with this wonderful calendar from Monograph. The little calendar looks like a tiny note block with an individual page for each and every day. On each page of the beautiful calendar, 365 days, you get the possibility to write down small notes to yourself.

The wonderful calendar is an obvious choice to write down birthdays, anniversaries or checklists in. The only limit is your imagination. Moreover, after each month, there is a page filled with dotted lines which for example can be used as a mini diary for the previous month which just passed.

  • 13cm (l) 8cm (w)
  • Material: Paper, Cardboard
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Brand: Kartotek

Keep track of the days the rest of the year with this wonderful calendar from Monograph. The little calendar looks like a tiny note block with an individual page for each and every day. On each page of the beautiful calendar, 365 days, you get the possibility to write down small notes to yourself.

The wonderful calendar is an obvious choice to write down birthdays, anniversaries or checklists in. The only limit is your imagination. Moreover, after each month, there is a page filled with dotted lines which for example can be used as a mini diary for the previous month which just passed.

  • 13cm (l) 8cm (w)
  • Material: Paper, Cardboard

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We exist to bring real and authentic Nordic style into British homes. Our collection of Danish furniture and lighting by world-renowned designers sit alongside an array of lifestyle items and home accessories from younger, emerging brands.

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Some of our pieces are almost a century old. The Nordic design output of the last hundred years (and the personalities of the designers) have become the retroactive benchmark used to critique contemporary Scandinavian design.