Cover your desk in leather with WaterField's latest accessories lineup

WaterField Designs, a company known for its wide variety of bags, cases, and other carrying accessories, has introduced a new product collection specifically aimed at your desk. The Leather Desk Accessories collection is made, like many of WaterField's other products, from full-grain, naturally-tanned leather.

The new collection includes a charging valet, a desk pad, and a mouse pad, all made from high-quality leather. There's also a leather version of WaterField's pencil case, an accessory that can both stay on your desk or come along with you in your bag when you're on the go.

Here's what you need to know about each accessory in the Leather Desk Accessories collection.

  • Leather Charging Valet - Place the everyday items that you need to charge — your phone, your smartwatch, etc. — in this handsome leather valet. Keeping all of your items in one space makes them easy to find, and you can also throw things like your keys and wallet in as well. You can find it at WaterField for $59. See at WaterField
  • Leather Desk Pad - Protect your desk and your computer with this soft leather desk pad. The pad prevents slipping while adding a classic touch to your office. You can get it from WaterField for $79. See at WaterField
  • Leather Mouse Pad - WaterField's mouse pad provides a surface of soft leather that allows your mouse to glide smoothly all day long. You can order it from WaterField for $29. See at WaterField
  • Leather Stylus Pencil Case - Hold all of your writing or drawing implements in one place with this pencil case. The new Chocolate Leather option for WaterField's Pencil Case beautifully compliments the other accessories in this line. The case itself holds all of you pens, pencils, and small accessories like earbuds. The leather Pencil Case is available from WaterField for $59. See at WaterField

All four of these products are available to order right now directly from WaterField and will ship by November 27.

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