You all left amazing suggetions yesterday for my new home office—I can’t thank you enough! I had to share one in particular, however, that I think will make your heart flutter. The darling Sarah of Going Star Fishing recommended this vintage inspired rolodex by Lovely Design. It’s available in walnut or mahogany and is entirely hand-crafted! I mean really—how cute are the recycled papers that go inside? I’m absolutely smitten. Thank you Sarah!
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Design Darling says
oh wow, what a great find! this would be cool in lucite too — just so you could see all those pretty papers!
the NEO-traditionalist says
Design Darling — I concur, of course I think everything looks good with lucite… XO
oh DARN it, i just got one of the old ugly ones
that is fabulous!
i LOVE rolodexes!!!!! i have the round kind with the black base and i always think about how cool it will be 40 years from now to have on my desk and have all of my old fashion industry contacts in it. such a keep sake!
La Maison Fou says
Now that I like!
i miss the rolodex!! great find…
This is awesome; I love the papers! XO
I have this one and LOVE it. We also used it in our wedding, so it filled a double purpose.
Lauren (pen.ny) says
god i know, the first time i saw this i literally fell off my chair. someone finally made a rolodex that is freaking incredible.
Alaina at LiveCreatingYourself says
that’s adorable! why is it $65!?!? can’t wait to see your office!
OMG, I “need” this!
This is incredible!! As someone who always prefer hand-written to electronic, this is PERFECT!
Wow these are delicious! I am so obsessed with index cards and little alphabetized dividers! These ones are perfection. If only I could come up with a reason to need them?!?
That will look beautiful in your new office :)
I have had this rolodex for many years and it is one of my most favourite things! I personally had no problem paying $65 as it is entirely made by hand by the artist who only makes them in small batches. I think that people who comment things like that do not realise It is by far not a mass-produced by some large company in China which you would pick up at walmart. Every single card in my file has been cut and punched by hand from patterns the designer made herself, or from recycled cardstock such as library cards, etc. It is beautiful and perfect!
Oh my gosh I’ve been looking for an analog solution for my contacts and this is the cutest option I’ve seen so far! WAY better than my index cards in a recycled Amazon box lol!