Bunnies, Gifts, Monday Bunday
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Monday Bunday: Bunnies In The Office

Like many of you, I spend most of my day at a desk. I think personal touches around your desk are a fact of life.

I have a bunny at one desk and a couple of bunnies at my other desk. I have a messy looking pile of paper and a handful of other useful and semi-useful trinkets. I have the cool calendar that The Koala and I designed and it’s filled with the busy scribbles of my life.

I never understood companies that prohibit people from personalising their workspace. Desks that are devoid of personality make me suspect that a serial killer resides. Whenever I have to sit another person’s desk, I enjoy seeing pieces of their character in there. You can tell a lot about a person from the thokcha at their desk. If there is nothing, I get that eerie feeling that they have something to hide or have no passions or interests. Like homes that have no personal effects and feel like motels or hotels. Creepy.

My rabbit themed office is far from complete, but if you were hoping to inject a little bit of fluff into your office without actually injecting fluff into your office, here’s how to do it. Please note, these suggestions are not to be used all at once. That would result in what we in the industry call bunny overdose and bunny rehab may be advised.

First, there is the fluffy inspiration.

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Rambo the knitted-hipster (knipster) bunny. Via DailyBunny and credit to BunnyMama

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Source: Kate J Daniel

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Source: WallCoo.net

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And then there are these for your desk.

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1. Bunny paper clips. http://www.hipsterchic.com/bunny-paper-clips/

2. Qualy bunny tape dispenser. Available in black or white or pink DKK150 ($26US) each from Bagus.dk

4. Rabbit ninja sticky notes.

3. White rabbit tape holder.

5. Pink rabbit mouse pad.

6. Frank Kozik’s Labbit mouse pad.

7. Qualy bunny in the field paper clip holder DKK95 ($16US) from Bagus.dk

8. Qualy desk bunny scissors/and paper clip holder. Available in black or white or pink DKK150 ($26US) each from Bagus.dk

9. Rabbit usb speakers.

And these bunny themed furniture pieces would be great for your office/studio.

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Rabbit and tortoise table by Studio JuJu

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Rabbit Cod Chairs by Gaber SRL

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Children’s sized bunny chairs and table by Hiro Matsu

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Bunny chair by Sanaa, produced by Maruni Wood Industry

So, there you have it. What whimsical trinkets or useful tools keep you sane at your desk?

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I am Genie, a designer/photographer obsessed with food and bunnies. I live in Auckland, New Zealand with my husband, The Koala. I write about my hedonistic ways and I love the mantra "Eat well, travel often". I prefer not to write about myself in third person. www.bunnyeatsdesign.com

9 Comments

  1. Too cute! I love it!

    And I actually can’t think of anyone who didn’t do some kind of office personalization. People like that are out there?! Creepy indeed!

  2. I love everything in this post, they are just too cute and I wish I have one , especially the bossy/lazy bunny with its feet up on the desk

  3. Color Experts says

    Wow very funny and interesting post looking so cute chair design. A big thanks for sharing with us !!

  4. I loved all the bunny office supplies especially the bunny scissor/paperclip holder and the ninja rabbit post its :). I agree that people should be able to personalize their work space. I’ve been told I wasn’t allowed to place a plant on top of my cubicle…a plant. I don’t think that’s too crazy!

    • I have the scissors/paperclip holder in white. I love it and I use it all the time. I would love plants in offices, but I admit, I don’t have any in mine. I had a cactus once, but Tofu the bunny ate it. Yes, pretty much the whole thing. It was a fuzzy one rather than a prickly one.

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