These lacquer accessories are great for organizing your space while still keeping a clean and polished look. I especially love the magazine butler and paper tray.
Modern yet chic, this lamp looks great with just about any decor scheme, and is perfect for working late nights in your home office when overhead lights become too abrasive.
These boxes are great for storing odds and ends that you don't need to access everyday, but still like to have readily available. I use mine for family photos and cards received for holidays, birthdays, etc.
While your desk is more certainly the star, there is always room for a side table or tray to help ease the load. Add to it a fresh plant and magazines, or use it to serve yourself a snack while you're hard at work.
Part of having your own office is creating a space you feel comfortable spending a lot of time in. These pushpins are colorful and add a little pizazz to some not-so-pretty office tasks (read: paying bills).
A modern twist on the ever faithful wall clock. Since looking at the time always stresses me out, I highly enjoy the number-free face of the Monocle.
I like the idea of adding additional storage by making use of vertical space on your wall. These pockets look great on their own, or accompanied by the matching cork board.
This paper tray is a staple in our office. It stores everything from unopened mail to magazines perfectly, while still keeping my workspace clear.
I really like the simple, sleek look of this arm-less chair by West Elm. Not only is it esthetically pleasing, but its spacious design and well structured back support making working long hours a breeze.
No home office would be complete without a few personalized note cards. I love having these cards from Paper Rifle Co. readily available to send out whenever the need for a "just because" note arises.
Another great way to incorporate a home office in the smallest of spaces, this helix wall mounted desk will give you the complete function of an office without the bulky storage or furniture. I like how well it looks with the accompanying bookshelves.
Adding frames filled with photos of family and friends will help personalize your office and make it more comfortable. I sometimes like to add abstract designs or magazine clippings in frames as well.