With all the tech that constantly surrounds us—in our homes, on our bodies—it’s not exactly difficult to keep up with what the date is, but it is for this exact reason that I personally prefer to have a physical calendar on my office walls. I definitely do not need another reason to glance down at my phone when I need to know if it’s Friday (or, Tuesday, as it usually turns out to be), or get a quick visual prompt that a certain bill is due or my mom’s birthday is the following week. Gear up for a year of never forgetting an appointment or what day of the week it is with one of these 15 beautiful wall calendars.
Above: Erika Land of Studio Metsa offers a year’s worth of gorgeous and serene photography that celebrates Finland’s 100th year of independence.
A calendar that you only have to buy once and can use year in and year out? Yes, please! The only downside is you can’t leave any reminders for yourself, but if all you need to know is what the date is, this artful calendar will have you covered.
Don’t knock it ’til you try it! Make a new tradition of taking some “me time” on the first day of each month to complete the new month’s image.
Because, of course, RBG deserves her own calendar.
Subtle yet pretty for all the plant lovers out there.
Prefer a calendar you can customize with your own images? Check out Artifact Uprising’s simple and modern take on the do-it-yourself photo calendar.
Where crafting meetings dating (well, dates…on a calendar).
Don’t let the picture of this calendar foll you…it’s enormous and glorious. Be sure to double check the dimensions to make sure you have enough wall space for it.
For those who don’t prefer too much fuss but want at least a tiny bit of design fanfare (via the gilded letters).
If you’re dreaming of traveling this year but not sure you’ll be able to swing all that airfare (and PTO), Fox & Fallow’s foil-detailed calendar, with its featured lust-worthy destinations, might be just what you need if you can’t get those passport stamps just yet.
When you need a reminder that there are still sensible people out there and truth is, in fact, powerful and it prevails. Here’s to a brighter 2018.
Tiny things (like raspberries, gems and moths) illustrated in an extra-large 20″x32″ format.
For the lover of classic literature. Some of the featured ladies include Jane Austen, Virginia Woolf, Emily Dickinson, Maya Angelou, Sylvia Plath, Gertrude Stein and J.K. Rowling.
Here’s to hoping.
And finally, for the yogi with a sense of humor. (I couldn’t turn down a pun like “I woke up like bliss”, now could I?)