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5 Furniture Essentials for the Modern Home Office


Looking to upgrade your home office? No, really now is the time to start! With the transition to working from home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a new focus on the home office. The home office should be an incorporation of a traditional office space that emphasizes productivity and focus while being comfortable at the same time.


Building a modern home office that meets the needs of productivity while being comfortable and visually appealing can be overwhelming with all the different options out there. Thankfully, we’ve scoured the internet for several modern furniture essentials across various price ranges that are sure to create that home office space that you’ll actually look forward to spending 8 hours in. We know you’ll love these furniture selections as much as we do!


The modern office should maintain a neutral palate. Couple it with a Mid Century look and you’ll have a setup that exudes openness and light that is sure to increase productivity.


Office Chair


This is where you’ll be spending the bulk of your day so your office chair should not only be ultra-comfortable but should also blend in seamlessly with your modern aesthetic.


A leather chair screams “class” and the neutral color of this chair is a great addition to any modern home office. With 4.5/5 stars and over 200 reviews that speak to this chair’s comfortability and style, you won’t be disappointed!



Bookshelf

This pyramid bookshelf from Nathan James features an open-air design with wooden accents that will complement any modern office set up. Place it against a wall or use it as a divider to separate your office space from your spouse’s!



Campaign Desk

Inspired by British campaign-style furniture, this desk is a modern day classic. The white is sure to open up any office space and its compact size makes it ideal for smaller spaces as well.



Lamp

If you’re looking for a modern yet industrial look, this desk lamp from HAITRAL is sure to please. Don’t underestimate this “old-fashioned” light bulb as many reviews speak to its ability to light up a room. The soft corners and round edge also help to break up the rigid angles often associated with a more modern aesthetic.



Aromatherapy

Rumor has it that William Shakespeare used essential oils as inspiration for his works. Increase your productivity and creative drive with this diffuser that doubles as unique room decor!


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