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Newly unveiled C6, a sustainable pre-fab home, by LivingHomes on display during Modernism Week in Palm Springs. Photography by Izumi Tanaka
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2. Declutter a desk. A simple table lamp can work just as easily at home as it does at the office to add task lighting to your desk. But sometimes you just want your home office to feel more like home and less like work. Use that same plug for a sconce, and you’ve got instant modern style as well as one less piece of clutter on the table to worry about.
5. Plug-in sconce. Plug-in sconces have been a lifesaver in many of my projects for two reasons: They add an important extra layer of light with no electrical work, and they do it while looking amazing.Use it: As a directional desk lamp, a bedside reading light or a space-saving light anywhere to soften shadows from an overhead fixture.Browse plug-in sconces on Houzz
Functional finesse. Home offices need to be practical, but that doesn’t mean they need to come from a cubicle farm. This midcentury home office has task lighting with a stylish touch.
Do you run a paperless office? If the answer is yes, you might want to rethink your furniture needs. Many offices today can run quite efficiently with a simple table, a comfortable chair and good lighting. If you work on a laptop, you could even forgo the office altogether and simply set up your computer on the dining table or kitchen counter as needed.Style idea: Consider using a wall-mounted lamp to save desk space.How to go paperless in your home office