This desk is perfect for someone who does more from a home office than pay the occasional bill. And if you fear that the Nelson Swag Leg desk is not quite beefy enough, this one has the same sleek modern look while providing more surface work space and hidden storage. Plus, the matching storage cabinet is adorable.
I find that the majority of desk chairs out there are just plain ugly. I know the focus of a task chair is supposed to be function, but there's no reason that a comfortable and functional desk chair can't also be beautiful. This one is cushioned and upholstered in glove leather, so you can sit in it for hours. And with a similar shape to the Arne Jacobsen Swan Chair, it looks like it belongs in your home — not in a drab cubicle.
I love an area rug to ground a space, but it's best to stick with flat weave rugs when decorating an office. This kilim will allow your desk chair to roll with ease.
Sometimes you just need to take a break from a tough work day, roll away from your desk, put your feet up on a stool like this one and relax.
Task lighting is really important. This desk lamp is unique and reminiscent of laboratory supplies.
I love to have pairs of table and task lamps that complement each other but are not exact matches. This lift lamp would look perfect with the Task Lab Light.
These are, by far, the most thoughtfully designed writing pencils in existence.
Why not use a paperweight with a lot of bling for your desktop?
Cool artwork like this makes a home workspace a much more desirable place to spend your time.
This is another great art print for a home office.
I look forward to purchasing this Stendig calendar designed by Massimo Vignelli every year.
I cannot focus without music, and this Tivoli radio is the perfect marriage of retro styling and modern function.
This is probably the chicest (and most expensive) guest chair you can have in your home office.