Here's TréPad on my father's old desk in his library. The desk has a tooled leather top from 1880, not the obvious place for an iPad to look comfortably at home, but thanks to TréPad's natural, terracotta colour, it does just that. I don't believe there's anywhere that this colour won't work. I took it from some old bits of pottery in my kitchen, but it's such an essential, earthy thing, the colour of red clay that people have used since prehistory, that it really does work everywhere.
When iPad's gone off somewhere, I like to put pictures, old books or postcards on TréPad, which makes a fine easel display for them on my own desk which has a simple top of scrubbed and waxed oak.
I'm the worst cook in the world but my daughter is really good and always trying new recipes that she finds on the internet, so TréPad's kept busy in our kitchen when she's at home. Being made of the same kind of plastic as most kitchen utensils, it wipes clean in a second, and keeps the iPad up, out of harm's way.
Coffee table books old and new... I spend hours on my sofa poring over beautiful books on everything that fascinates me. I always want my iPad right there, to check my email and to google things that intrigue me. TréPad holds it at just the right angle, but if I ever need to tilt it more, I slip a book under its leg.