Sugar Paper's New Collab Is All About Upgrading Your Office Space
The L.A.-based stationary brand is teaming up with Target to give your desk a luxe makeover (just in time for spring cleaning!) at an affordable price.
Target and L.A.-based stationary company Sugar Paper are teaming up once again to elevate your work space with upgraded office essentials — think gilded paper clips, metallic foiled planners and uber-chic polka dot files.
The collaboration, which debuted Thursday morning at the Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa Monica, also features the new Sugar Paper Desk ($399.99) and Task Lamp ($39.99), marking the brand's first foray into furniture.
"People are shocked about the desk," explained Chelsea Shukov, co-founder of Sugar Paper. "It's been fun because today is the first time we are able to talk about it and show it off." Added Shukov's business partner, Jamie Grobecker: "We designed everything to be luxurious though accessible, and that was something that we knew Target could do perfectly."
The pieces will be available online and in stores early July, with prices starting at $1.99. "We wanted it to be girlie and we just love making pretty things," Shukov said. Mission accomplished, ladies.
Preview the collection below.
Spiral agenda in coral; $10.99. Gold tacks and white-and-gold paper clips, part of the office supply set; $9.99.
"We love the whole collection, so it feels good to have something that was exactly as we imagined it," gushed Grobecker.
"If you notice the stapler is bright white and a little smaller so it has a smaller footprint on your desk," Shukov said of the Swingline stapler; $14.99. "It’s very feminine and can lend itself to different colors and styles, but it's super functional."
"The Post-its with 3M is a big deal because they have the perfect glue patent that makes them really stick," Shukov said. Post-its and flag set; $5.99.
Pink and white patterned pencils (nine-count pencil set; $3.99) sit perfectly on top of the large case bound agenda in coral; $19.99.
"I just wanted an inbox that file folders would fit in without sticking out!" Grobecker joked of the file box; $7.99 and the assorted file folders; $5.99.
"Oops" eraser; $1.99.
Pocket planner in gold; $7.99 and gray striped casebound; $12.99.
"We were so excited to build a desk that we could actually work on," Grobecker said of the high-gloss lacquer desk. "It is really big, and that is an intention choice so you can have your large monitor and file boxes sitting out, but still have it feel like a pretty, clean space."