Office by Martha Stewart Debuts at Staples

Second collaboration between the two brands
February 22, 2016David Gill

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NEW YORK-The Office by Martha Stewart line of home office products is now available at select Staples stores and on the retailer’s web site.

Beginning March 1, the exclusive collection will be featured at more than 1,100 Staples stores. It includes organizing products and accessories such as Discbound notebooks, message boards, folders and Stack+Fit storage solutions. Accompanying the launch are videos on the website explaining three organizing styles using the Office by Martha Stewart products: The Designer, The Organizer and The Working Parent.

Staples and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia announced their multiyear collaboration on the Office by Martha Stewart line last April. Staples has been a partner of Stewart’s since 2012, when the retailer debuted the Martha Stewart Home Office with Avery product line, created in a joint effort by MSLO and Avery Dennison Corp. That collection offered organization products for home offices and kitchens.

David GillDavid Gill | Contributing Editor

David Gill is a contributing editor to HFN.

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