6 April 2014

The Box

AMMERLAND: I would have never imagined how one simple box can entirely change my life. At least the aspect of putting everything in the right place and finding an order to give my house a structure which actually makes me save time!

The WANDLER box is the perfect tool. It is a beautiful, simple metal box, which comes in six colours and has the possibility to be labeled with decorated or chalkboard magnets. You can put the magnet anywhere on the box so that it is visible even when you stack it. The box can be filled with food as it is coated with a protective layer. You will find the Wandler boxes in my kitchen, my dressing room, my office and anywhere else in the house where I need to find things quickly.

The idea came from Regine Kiefer, a former lawyer who was missing a sensible way of packing gifts. Why throw away the packaging if you can use it to keep everything together? That is also why you can order pre- filled and theme-oriented boxes from her studio in Ammerland, like for example the Make a Wish box or the Color your Life box, which are great presents that make sense.

ORDER YOUR BOX today.

My Wandler Box tips, from top left to bottom right: Give your box a theme, finally my desk is in order, my treasure box, more treasures kept away in different boxes, a beauty box for a friend makes a very special gift, pile up your boxes and save space in your study, keep your stationary neat and clean, the open box is a perfect container for pens, scissors and even grissini or cigarettes at a party.

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