A shiny wooden desk sits in a brightly lit home office. Whether utilitarian or elegant, eclectic or matching, the right home office furniture is required for home office success.
The right furniture is a necessary part of any home office. Home office furniture includes desks, chairs, filing and storage cabinets, shelving, desktop organizer, and more.
A good home office should have plenty of work surfaces, although if you are using your home office for family purposes like paying bills and surfing the Internet, a simple desk might suffice.
Home office decorating accents can help create a comfortable environment and personalize your work space. Tips on selecting accessories for your home office are included on the page.
Built-in bookcases are permanently installed and can add a lot of character to a room. This home office features a desk and cabinets connected to a wall of light wood built-in bookcases for storing and displaying books, photos, and other items.
This guide to home furnishings contains information about, and links to, various home furnishings topics including Amish furniture, wicker furniture, and table lamps.
Whether in a home office, corporate office, or educational computer lab setting, a good computer desk is a must. Computer workstations usually need a desk that is specifically designed to include a keyboard tray.
How disappointing to spend four months being trained on your new job at a remote location, only to get to your home office and find that your new co-workers hated you before they ever met you!
By Liz Ryan, Contributor. Forbes. Wed, 1 Feb 2017 20:49:00 -0500.
Home Office Bibliography
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Skinner, Tina. Home Office. Atglen, PA. Schiffer Publishing. 2003.
Sweetland, Helen, ed. Home Offices & Workspaces. Menlo Park, CA. Lane Publishing. 1986.