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Mosaic Desk Set

$45

Elevate your workspace. The Mosaic Desk Set includes the Desk Organizer and Tool Cup—your new idea HQ.

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Specs

Mosaic Desk Set

Your idea HQ. And more.

Fits everything you need. Notebook, pens, pads, stickies, pencils, and phone—plus a catch-all space for small goods.

MOSAIC DESK SET

Desk Organizer & Tool Cup

Notebook Dock

innovative design

Pen Stands

vertical orientation

Multi-Function

versatile slots

Durable

premium materials

Phone Holder

fits most models
DESIGN

Reduce clutter.
Increase productivity.

A tidy workspace helps you be more productive.
Clear the clutter and create a more efficient environment with Mosaic.

Pen Stands

Give your Squire pens the perfect place to live, with quick access whenever you need to write.

Catch-All

Your keys, paper clips, elastic bands, doodads, and thingamajigs—all in one convenient spot.

Notebook Dock

Keep your notebook at the ready with a dock that gives you easy access.

Keep your notebook at the ready with an easy-access dock.

Phone & Other Goods

Hold your phone, sticky notes, index cards, and anything else you need nearby.

VERSATILE LAYOUT

Your tools. Your way.

Designed with various uses in mind, including space for frequently used essentials like your notebook, pads, pens, pencils, and phone.

Tools

Essentials

Phone

And more

ORGANIZED WORKSPACE

Work better.

One study found that those who worked in a clutter-free workspace were able to work steadily for noticeably longer than those attempting the task in a cluttered workspace.1

Those who worked in a clutter-free workspace were able to work steadily for noticeably longer than those in a cluttered workspace.1

Organized workspace
Disorganized Workspace

67%

Task endurance

Mosaic Desk Set

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1. Chae, B. Zhu, R. Environmental Disorder Leads to Self-Regulatory Failure.