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Although I can’t speak for all women, there’s something about browsing through the chic, sophisticated office supplies on Amazon that always gets my blood pumping. My mind automatically drifts to Christmas time and that Amazon holiday wish list. I mean, what woman doesn’t need a leopard print stapler in her life? Oh, what’s that? A light-up letter board? Yes, please. And don’t even get me started on those cute owl succulent planters! Etsy, Amazon, Anthropologie—the list of stores that host the multitude of trendy home office décor you never knew you needed, virtually never ends. I had to limit the number of items for this article to just ten, a seemingly impossible task for a self-confessed shopaholic who collects clothes like they’re going out of style. As if.

Browse through my following home office wishlist items to see if any tickle your fancy.

Desk Name Plate

This Desk Name Plate from GaroDesigns on Etsy is so expertly handcrafted, so intricately detailed, you’ll be sure to add it to your shopping cart immediately. What can I say? It’s love at first glance. You choose the type of acrylic and wood finish before completing the purchase. Made to order at $23.99 plus shipping and tax, it’s a steal.

Desk Organizer

Rose gold desk organizer. $21.97 from Amazon. Needing a central place on your desk to store all your home office essentials? Look no further than this rose gold desk organizer.

Pink Moonstone Journal Clips

For the organized woman with ethereal taste, these pink moonstone journal clips are the perfect addition to that chic planner you’ve been eyeing since January. You can use the clips to mark pages in your journal or current reading material. Designed by EarthlyJournals on Etsy, a set of three costs only $6.97. What a bargain!

Inspirational Desk Quote Cards

Do you find yourself needing inspiration while at work? These rose gold stamped inspirational desk cards are the perfect remedy and provide that bit of mid-week motivation you crave to get you through to the weekend. Priced at $24.99 for a set of 15, they are just what the doctor ordered. From the Merry Expressions Store on Amazon.

Desk Succulent Planters

And while I’m on a rose-gold theme, how about these rose-gold succulent desk planters? They will refresh your home office décor and come with pre-planted artificial succulents. So even if you weren’t born with a green thumb, no worries! Priced at $25.49 for a set of three from Amazon.

The Rituals Journal from Anthropologie

The Rituals Journal from Anthropologie. $14.95. If you love journaling and keeping your thoughts organized on paper, The Rituals Journal from Anthro is an aesthetically pleasing choice, with it’s gorgeous print pattern and built-in bookmark.

Light-Up Letter Board

Light-up Letter Board. $29.99 from Amazon. If you’ve been on social media at any point during the last year, you’ll know letterboards are the hottest trend since gender reveal parties. Hang it above your desk and add daily reminders and inspirational quotes.

Rose Gold Paper Clip Holder

Round rose gold paper clip holder with magnetic lid. $8.99 from Amazon. Do you ever find yourself needing a paper clip but can never find one? That’s why this round paper clip holder with a magnetic lid is the perfect complement to your desk ensemble, keeping your paper clips in one, easy-to-access place.

Letter Tray

To keep all your important papers and client letters perfectly organized for easy access and convenience, check out this rose gold letter tray. It will fit neatly on your desk right beside that organizer. It’s $29.99 on Amazon.

Linen Journal from Sugar Paper LA

Sugar Paper Linen Journal. Anthropologie. $36.00. This luxurious Sugar Paper Linen Journal can be used as either a journal or planner. And guess what goes great with this organizer? Those pink moon stone journal clips we were discussing earlier. Designed by Sugar Paper LA, featured on Anthropologie.

What are your favorite home office Wishlist items for the 2021 holiday season? Let us know down in the comments.

This article originally published on GREY Journal.