You may already be familiar with Lisa Stickley, heralded as the new Cath Kidston, but on the basis of this range, she goes way beyond shabby chic. Adding to her ceramics and textiles ranges, she now has a new line in stationery, consisting of notebooks, pencils and notecards.
Pictured here is an A5 notebook, with a cover design of two glamorous ladies which was inspired by 1960s vogue pattern books and “ladies who wear good hats” (although neither lady is wearing hat). The inside cover is decorated with a 1930s square print based on a wallpaper design of that period, which is used often across the range. Other designs include a wavy stripe pattern inspired by a round-collared coat, a parquet stripe print taken from classic floor tiling and a floral design taken from the type of hankies waved at steam trains - certainly an eclectic range of influences.
Prices start at £5 for a pack of pencils, up to £10 for the notecards and day books, with the notebook pictured here in between at £9. Visit Lisa Stickley’s website to view the whole collection.