The Dreamday Pattern Journals Review
You may or may not already know that I love stationery - yes, I'm a stationery addict. Notebooks, journals and pretty much any kind of paper product have always been a favourite of mine which means that I have quite a collection (I do write lots of to-do lists though so I am managing to work my way through them).
When the opportunity arose to try out a couple of The Dreamday Pattern Journals, I simply couldn't say no!
These gorgeous notebooks are so different to any of the others in my collection because they are not only great for writing but also colouring-in, musing, drawing and doodling. Such a great way to get some stress-relief.
If you're anything like me you might find yourself drawing little patterns while you're thinking about what to write next. These notebooks are perfect for that little quirk because scattered throughout each book are some beautifully patterned colouring pages. These pages are inspired by iconic design locations - I received the Japanese style (the 5th in the Dreamday Pattern Journal series) and Moroccan style (the 6th in the series) which are due to be released this month.
Other titles, already released, include: Mid-Century Modern, Art Deco, Heraldic and Renaissance. Each notebook has a RRP of £10.95.
The notebooks have a combination of pages: blank with patterned, double blank and even double patterned which I have to admit are my favourite.
The feeling of quality and luxury is something that really stood out for me. Published by Laurence King Publishing and designed in London by Pentagram, one of the world's most iconic design studios, each notebook contains over one hundred pages of uncoated ivory paper.
The front of each notebook has a space for your details or whatever information you want to use it for (perhaps the title of your next novel)!
As soon as they arrived I couldn't resist writing a quick list and doing a spot of doodling at the same time.
N also took a shine to them, I discovered this after she had disappeared with one for a while...
She has since taken over that particular notebook, hiding it in her room so E can't get her little mitts on it.
These stunning notebooks are fun to use and have made a fantastic addition to my collection (and N's). I think they're a must-have for any stationery addict!
Are you a stationery addict? Do you have a Dreamday Pattern Journal or are you itching to add one to your collection? I'd love to hear from you.
I received these products for review purposes. I am always honest in my reviews and all opinions are my own or that of my family.