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Trend watch: Unique 2014 calendars for the new year

You’ll happily display these eye-catching, out-of-the-ordinary calendars and planners.

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Photograph: Alvina Lai

Workman Publishing Hoops! wall calendar, $13, at amazon.com

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Photographer: Lauren Spinelli

Sugarcube Press coaster calendar (12 letterpress coasters and a desk stand), $23, at Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store, 232 Fifth Ave between Carroll and President Sts, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-522-9848, blueribbongeneralstore.com)

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Good Morning Inc. 3-D flowers calendar, $26, at calendars.com

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Photographer: Lauren Spinelli

Paper Source puzzle calendar, $13, at Paper Source, locations throughout the city; visit paper-source.com

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Dirty Bandits Silly (real) Holidays calendar, $12, at dirtybandits.com

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Luckies On This Day perpetual calendar (heat-sensitive boxes reveal an interesting factoid each day), $25, at uncommongoods.com

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Photograph: Alvina Lai

Workman Publishing Darts! magnetic wall calendar (doubles as a dartboard with a new design each month), $16, at workman.com

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Ni Yafei Art Works 3-D–printed acoustic designed universal cell-phone desk stand with music sound amplifier, $35, at niyafeiartworks.etsy.com

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Heather Lins Year in Stitches calendar kit, $25, at teroforma.com

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Photographer: Lauren Spinelli

Ecka & Pecka mouse-pad board-game calendar (a different game featured each month), $18, at orangeandpear.com

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Good Morning Inc. 3-D Rocking Chair calendar, $24, at calendars.com

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Erin Condren 18-month personalized life planner, $50, at erincondren.com

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Inkello matchbook calendar, $8, at shop.inkello.com

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Workman Publishing A Year of Beer page-a-day box calendar, $13, at barnesandnoble.com

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Sugar Paper Kate desk calendar, $52, at sugarpaper.com

Say so long to simple date keepers and plan your upcoming year with these unconventional calendars. There are wall styles that double as a basketball hoop from Amazon, versions that are also coasters from Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store and a desk accessory that’s a puzzle from Paper Source.
Follow Rachel LeWinter on Twitter: @Rachel_LeWinter

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