Refillable Wood Notebooks By Pacific & West

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Natural materials, functionality and creative design are always a great combination. These Refillable Wood Notebooks certainly bring all three together in style. Designed by Pacific & West, a Portland-based brand that aims to “inspire creativity through the use of unique natural materials and thoughtful design,” they take the reusable notebook concept to a new level of craftsmanship and innovation as well as durability.

Featuring 2ply walnut covers that display organic grain patterns, the notebooks are not only beautiful, but also long-lasting. The ingenious modular discbound system allows users to easily place paper in the “T” shaped slots and remove pages when needed. Made of solid brass, the discs will develop a patina over time, giving the notebook more character. With a capacity of 120 pages of 70# paper, each notebook offers plenty of space to write, draw or plan. Users can choose between plain, ruled or dot grid paper and mix styles up in any combination. Find the refillable wood notebooks in our shop. They’re available in pocket, large and extra large sizes, all of them made in Oregon, USA. Buy here.

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