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High-Style Desk Accessories, with a Japanese Edge

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High-Style Desk Accessories, with a Japanese Edge

Izabella Simmons September 05, 2012

You can never have enough storage for small items surrounding your desk area. These wooden containers (part of the Soji Collection designed by Mute) work perfectly for storing paper clips, pins, or other small home goods. The pieces exemplify the traditional craft of Japanese lacquer ware, famous for its carving techniques.

Above: The Soji container collection is made in Japan from Castor Aralia wood.

Above: A small Hako (stacking case) is available in a brown and red finish; $46 from Monosquare.

Above: A Tutu (canister) in medium with a red top; $78 from Monosquare.

Above: A Tutu (canister) in medium with a brown top is $78 from Monosquare.

Above: Stackable cases store sewing supplies.

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