With every new year comes renewed determination to get organised. Yes, of course we all rely on Google calendar to remember birthdays and the seemingly millions of school events, but there is something strangely satisfying about having them all written down and visible to everyone (then you can also share responsibility for the things you forget!), so I’ve hunted down ten stylish wall planners that will enhance your decor.
Blam icon wall planner, Â£17.50,Â V&A.Gorgeous-looking graphic planner featuring 365 icons – use Post-it markers to write notes and events on the days.
Stamp Sheet planner, Â£11.50,Â Present & Correct. Perforated, so you can tear off each day as it passes and see the year disappear.
Wall planner, Â£14, Lollipop Designs. A modern classic, the geometric print will beautify any fridge door.
Space-themed reversible planner, Â£15,Â Sam Osborne. Turn it over to reveal a cool solar system poster to put up when the year’s over.
Personalised social planner, from Â£27, Rosie Robins. Make it your own with a bespoke title and up to 15 important events pre-printed. Choose 12 or 18 months.
A3 wall calendar, Â£8.50, Heidi Nicole. Minimalist, monochrome and wallet-friendly.
Any year wall calendar, Â£27, Bold & Noble. Frame and write with a dry wipe marker and it’ll last for years.
Limited edition planner, Â£24, Rockett St George. A limited-edition of 200, this comes with 176 stickers, a pencil and two bulldog clips to hang.
Monthly chalkboard planner, from Â£26.25, TinyMe. Blackboard stickers are a great way to get organised, although you’ll only have a month to view.
Customisable eco wall calendar, Â£10,Â STN Stationery. Retro style printed on recycled kraft board.