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In the USA we spend, on average, 2087 hours a year at the office. You might be in a cubicle, a classroom, at home, on a plane or in a coffee shop. However, you’re spending a lot of your day there, why not have the space represent who you really are? Poppin was created to fill the design gap between the products we use for work and those available in the rest of our lives.

Poppin Office and Lifestyle Supplies

Walkup Spacer Line

Sometimes I find myself reaching for a ballpoint pen so dull, a post-it note so ordinary, or a notepad so ho-hum that it’s hard to inspire oneself to be creative. How can we think outside the box when we’re writing in-between in the lines on standard, ruled-paper?

There’s plenty of science out there to suggest that pleasing surroundings inspire productivity. In fact, the entire field of organizational psychology is based on the idea that humans are affected by organizational culture, training, job design, safety and more. Our environment, ranging from colors to layout, deeply and sometimes subcounscious influences our state of mind.

Poppin Home Decor

Poppin believes you should be able to surround yourself with objects of beauty everywhere you go and in everything that you do. Whether you are making grocery lists, taking notes at the latest TED conference, or pitching the next big account, you should be able to do it with a smile and style. Poppin is not another office products company; they sell workstyle products.

Poppin Colorful Item

Work Happy. And to prove it, Poppin has an hysterical page of “accessories for your accessories” and team awards like “Best Coffee Maker”, “Office Hipster” and “Most Tech Savvy”.

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Keren Veisblatt Toledano is a Senior Strategist at Brooklyn United, a digital agency for bold brands. In her spare time, Keren can usually be found taking photos of old doors, visiting museum, soaking in Epsom salts, admiring copper pots, reading dystopian science fiction or sneaking a slice of lemon into her drinks. Her motto is, “A morning without coffee is sleep.” She lives in a brownstone with her cat, Cagney, husband, Michael, and son, Josiah, in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, NY.

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