Stationery Revamp with Bureau Direct

I was in the process of revamping my work space when Bureau Direct came to my attention. It was in this moment that my addiction to stationery grew that little bit more.
Bureau Direct is run by brother and sister double act, Dominic and Jo Irons. Their collection offers stylish, colourful and innovative stationery for both personal and business seeking customers. 
The original Bureau shop was opened in 1995 in Covent Garden, London. It was such a success that several other stores in and around London were launched. The website launched in 2003 and it was from here that Bureau Direct became an online retailer, waving goodbye to the high street stores. 
Bureau Direct aims to provide: style, function, colour, innovation and great value. Here are some of my favourites from the latest collection: 
Faber-Castell Grip Marker Textliner Highlighter Pen (RRP £1.95)

The perfect instrument for organisation. 
The Highly Covetable Rhodiarama Softback Notebook – XL (RRP £22.50) 

Something neat and perfectly tidy for all those to-keep notes. 
Lamy Al-Star ballpoint pen (RRP £16.25) 

Who doesn’t love a new pen to write with? 
Age Bag small pencil case (RRP £6.50)
Keep things away! 
Fisher Bullet Space Pen – Rainbow (RRP £49.95)

For you dream chasers, or unicorn lovers! 
Original Crown Mill Mini Card And Envelope Set (RRP £4.95) 
Forget emails and get stamping and licking! 
Get inspired and revamp your work space with Bureau Direct – my favourite online stationery retailers of today! 
Just look how cosy your work space can be…

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