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Looking Ahead: New Calendars for 2016

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Looking Ahead: New Calendars for 2016

Meredith Swinehart December 24, 2015

Add an appointment to your electronic calendar and you might never see it again. Write it on a piece of paper nailed to your wall and odds improve.

Here are six calendars we like for the new year.

Appointed Wall Calendar | Remodelista

Above: Newly launched paper company Appointed makes their signature notebooks and calendars in the Washington, D.C. area. The 2016 Wall Calendar is made of heavy paper stock with a cloth binding; $28.

Margaret Howell Barbara Hepworth Calendar | Remodelista

Above: Brit clothing designer Margaret Howell makes a calendar every year; the 2016 Calendar is an ode to the art of sculptor Barbara Hepworth; £15 ($22).

Postalco Wall Calendar | Remodelista

Above: We’ve long liked the One Year Wall Calendar from Postalco, which shows the year at a glance with room for a daily note. Printed in Japan, the calendar is $24 from General Store.

Tea Towel Calendar | Remodelista

Above: For a 2016 calendar on a nontraditional substrate, we like the 2016 Calendar Tea Towel in 100 percent linen by Brooklyn designers Sir/Madam; $28 from Burke Decor.

Rocking Chair Calendar | Remodelista

Above: A whimsical Japanese design, the 2016 Rocking Chair Calendar is a home-assembled miniature cardboard chair that rocks on your desk; $25 from Alder & Co.

Columns Calendar in Blue | Remodelista

Above: The one-year Column Calendar from Snug Studio has weekend dates written in bold and room for daily notes. Printed in Germany, the calendar is $28 from Need Supply Co. 

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