One way to add interest to an office is to choose a colorful chair. Say goodbye to the common, black office upholstery, and say hello to chic furniture.
This handsome and refined desk from Anthropologie has all the necessary features of a good desk: drawers to contain clutter, shelves to hold the large office accessories and a large, ample space to spread out your work.
This pencil holder sparks nostalgic memories of the diner straw holders. A little playfulness can go a long way when working hard.
These Alphabet paperweights in a vintage font are the perfect desktop accessory.
"Organization is the key to success," is a phrase that I've heard often over the years. A great way to organize an office is through color coordinating, and these folders by Martha Stewart create wonderful color stories.
I love the colors of this topographic map. It's also a smart piece of art to add to your office for those days when you're day dreaming of travel.
The bamboo Chippendale-style chair is a traditional design loved by many. This reproduction chair by Ballard Designs with wheels is the perfect update to a classic.
Note-taking is an important aspect to staying on top of projects, and doing so sustainably with this customizable, dry erase board is even better.
Mint julep cups are favored by many for drinking. However, repurposing them into pencil and pen holders brings a bit of class to your desktop, especially in the brass finish.
To keep hardwood floors free from scratches and wear, place a rug underneath your workspace. This oval rug is a beautiful and colorful option.
Clear tape is a necessity in any home office, but using beautifully printed tape in a Parisian theme makes the mundane more exciting.
Keeping papers and miscellaneous materials organized is a must. This wood and yellow printed tray for the desktop is a great tool for doing just that.