…the taps of the bathtub, which gushed instead of dribbling like the taps at home, snatching the new wash-rag out of its envelope of oiled paper, trying the rose-shaded light between the twin beds, pulling out the drawers of the kidney-shaped walnut desk to examine the engraved stationery, planning to write on it to every one she knew, admiring the claret-colored velvet armchair and the blue rug, testing the ice-water tap, and squealing happily when the water really did come out cold.
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[I]t was a newspaper and stationery shop, the kind that sells almost everything, including sweets...
Roald Dahl -- Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Stationery for a writer, and a writer’s wife who’s maybe angling for a love letter or two.