7 Desk Accessories to Wake Up Your Workspace

By Kelsey Ogletree, February 16, 2017

Desk accessories become pretty necessities for making your workspace cozy, quaint and productive. From sweet-smelling candles and eclectic paper clips to classy business card holders and sassy coffee mugs, these gilded items are right on trend—and work equally well as gifts too.

Birchwood pine classic candle, $40

Get lost in this wintry blend of white pine, fir balsam, birchwood, musk and amber—or keep it unlit as a sophisticated statement-making piece.















Wire wall grid, $59

Clip important memos, inspirational quotes and captured memories to this copper grid that does double duty as an organizational tool and decor.















‘One in a million’ business card holder, $30

Banish that stack of disheveled business cards from your desk and replace it with this sleek, monogrammed enamel case.















Marble column table lamp, $134

Shed some light on the subject (in style) with this chic marbled-glass lamp.















Saddle ring magazine rack, $138

Organize important papers in this handsome leather-and-iron holder.















Thermal mug, $18

Say everything without saying anything—and keep your cup of joe warm too—before the caffeine kicks in.















Expletive paper clips, $12

Forget old-school paper clips and wrangle documents with this set of fun gold-finished clips.

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