How Cynthia Rowley infuses tech into its office space

Cynthia Rowley’s idea of accessible, entry-level luxury isn’t confined to sunglasses and fragrances.

The New York City-based designer has attached her name and brand to a slew of products that bear her colorful and whimsical design, while being mundane themselves by nature: mouse pads, portable phone chargers and staplers can all be found printed with Cynthia Rowley’s prints. Even office paper reams and Band-Aids can be found wrapped in Cynthia Rowley floral.

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