Dorm Room Upgrade: The Post-It Note Desk

awesome dorm room

Designer Miguel Mestre’s My Desk invites your scatter brain antics into your dorm room by turning the your entire work surface into a sticky notepad. The 3.5-foot by 2.3-foot desk (priced upon request) comes fitted with paper of the same size. The desk doesn’t have any drawers—who needs those when all the paper you’ll ever need is right there on your desk?

Make me a post-it that reminds me to get this desk…I made a funny.


The post-it note desk is touted as “an immediate support for the thoughts that pass through the designer’s head,” according to a translation of Soup Studio’s Italian-language website. “We’re going to enter into negotiations with Post-it to provide the paper,” says associate designer Carlo Tartaglia.


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3 Comments on “Dorm Room Upgrade: The Post-It Note Desk

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