» New Rhodia Retailers

A big welcome to a new customer: Jenni Bick Bookbinding. Jenni Bick now offers most Rhodia references. You can find whatever you want and more.  We are delighted to be part of Jenni Bick.


Barnes and Noble has offered Rhodia on their website for awhile, but now has started to stock Rhodia in select stores in Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho. Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Texas, Wisconsin and Washington State. Look for the Rhodia display.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Posted on July 17th, 2013 by Karen
Filed in: Editorial, Retailer Spotlights, Where You Buy Your Rhodia
Tagged: ,,


Are there ANY retailers for Rhodia on Cleveland, Ohio’s west side? You list a store in Rocky River where they no longer carry it, the clerk barely recognized your name Rhodia. Everything else listed is on the east side.

I’ve also seen Rhodia No. 16 pads and meeting books at Barnes and Noble stores in Virginia. These are not in a display, but are on the shelves with their journals and stationery.

I’ve also seen (and bought) some Rhodia pads from the Yale Bookstore in New Haven, CT. A display showed up there a few weeks ago!

Also, regarding Barnes & Noble carrying Rhodia products, is there a list of which stores are carrying, specifically in Connecticut?



Leave a Comment


Subscribe to Rhodia Drive

Enter your email address:


Delivered by FeedBurner

Rhodia Drive on Facebook

Search Rhodia Drive

Find Rhodia to Buy


Local retailers and full Rhodia product lines available in the US can be found at rhodiapads.com

Check out the Rhodia Journal Swap

Rhodia Journal Swap

Visit the Rhodia Journal Swap on Tumblr

In Your Bag

Will you show us yours? Send us a photo of Rhodia in your bag to: stephanie at rhodiadrive.com so I can add it to the page.  ... Read on »

Rhodia Customization Module

Visit our customization module at Exaclair.com

Grab Your Camera and Show us Where You Buy Your Rhodia!

Target? Dick Blick? Borders? Art Brown? We want you to show us where you buy your Rhodia... The next time you are out and about,  snap us a picture of where you buy your Rhodia products so we can assemble an online gallery of local retailers. To... Read on »

Favorite Pens

Will you show us yours? Send us a photo of your favorite pen: stephanie@rhodiadrive.com so I can add it to the page. ... Read on »

David Allen of GTD on Rhodia

David Allen is a productivity consultant who is best known as the creator of the time management method known as “Getting Things Done”. David comments on the Rhodia Meeting Book: “I love this Rhodia pad. First, the paper stands... Read on »

Chef Hosea Rosenberg on Rhodia

Season 5 (Bravo Network) Top Chef Hosea Rosenberg, originally from Taos, New Mexico, was always good at math. After graduating 3rd in his class at Taos High School, he moved to Boulder, CO to study at the University of Colorado. His dream... Read on »

Download the Life Noted App

Life Noted App

Visit the App Store on your iOS 7 device to download Life Noted

Would you like to be a guest blogger on Rhodia Drive?

If so, contact me via e-mail at stephanie at rhodiadrive dot com with your proposed subject matter. We are looking for posts ranging in length from 100-500 words. Photos to accompany the article are a welcome bonus. If you have been reading... Read on »

Journaling Blogs


Exaclair Themed Videos

Rhodia Anniversary Video

Rhodia Classic Pad Showcase

PanPastel and Rhodia

Rhodia Fashion Show

Tom Bihn loves Rhodia

Clairefontaine Basics - Life. Unplugged

InkNouveau.com Clairefontaine vs. Rhodia

Alberto Lung reviews the Rhodia Pencil

Testing a vintage Mabie Swan fountain pen with a lot of flex - on a Rhodia Pad

Click here to read the story behind this video.


Rhodia Drive is a blog about Rhodia notebooks and the people who use them. It’s a place where devotees of this “French orange notebook” contribute ideas, experiences and links on the latest tools, events and general notebook-related news.

Rhodia Drive attracts creative people passionate about their Rhodia. Designers and artists, writers and pen collectors, thinkers and free spirits—anyone who loves notebooks—come together on Rhodia Drive.