This new range of Designer Pinboards spruce up a wall while making organising a study space an ease.
March 30th, 2015
Designer Pinboards are a newly launched organisational tool for students and teachers. The pinboards, from Designer Pinboards Australia, are a perfect tool for anyone looking to stay organised, plan for study or revision or as an interactive map for abstract thinking activities.
The charming hexagonal boards, whether used in the home as part of a personal study area or within a classroom, offer functionality and practicality, as well as offering up an interesting aesthetic focus for a wall.
The pinboards are edgy and unusual, made to order with an unframed chamfer edge. The customised design choices allow the user to compartmentalise their organisation. The boards are built from an organic linseed, using materials stemmed from a natural and sustainable source.
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