Endless notes? Yes, please! I could see this work in my home. Beautiful.
Wow – I made something very similar in middle school woodshop 25 years ago.
Reminds me of my grandmother’s old house. She had wooden one by her door with seemingly endless notes.
I remember my grandma having one of these, too. I like the modern updated version.
As a great lover of list writing, I could definitely make use of this. Love that it keeps the list in place until you’re ready to go. My personal experience is that I always lose my note pads before I get to use them (sketched on then shredded by my two sons), then write on used torn envelopes, proceed to inevitably lose these beside the washing machine, and finally resort to using my iPhone. Alas, I miss physically crossing things off, the delete button just isn’t the same.
Well, it would make sense to turn it upside down to use exactly the size of paper you wrote on… No?
Anyone over 30 and from the UK will immediately recognise these from the childrens TV show Blue Peter. Very useful things.
Nice – I really like the concept behind it! As it happens, I bought a similar one last week at a design exhibition by Ulf Seydell, a product designer from Wiesbaden (Germany):
(… to be honest, I like that wooden one much more for it’s natural and solid look ;-)
I have the antique one
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