We’re seeing more and more offices with glass walls and have highlighted quite a few on Wallhome. What makes this office unique is curved glass panels and also that it serves as a conference room.
Often featuring nothing more than just a flat top and four legs, the desk is one of the simplest pieces of furniture. But that doesn’t mean your desk can’t be one of the most unique, expressive furnishings in your office. This unique desk design get its commanding look from its large scale, sleek lines and black stained wood.
Despite being without a single drawer, this stylish office desk offers quite a bit of storage. Each side of the desk includes two spaces that can be used as shelves or a place for a storage bin.
In the popular minimalist style, this home office takes up little visual space with its clean, simple lines. The pale gray color lends a professional look to any space.
A typical desk that’s made up of two materials uses one for the desktop and the other for the sides. This desk employs a beautiful mahogany for the top and one of the sides. The other side is an expansive file cabinet finished in a deep concrete gray.
One man’s clutter is another man’s design accessories. Have a look at these stylish accessories. With a sleek matte metallic finish, these pieces are certain to win over even the neatest of neat freaks. The set includes a stapler, tape and paper clip dispensers, letter tray among others.
Ever wondered what George Jetson’s desk looked like? After seeing this pick, I have a hunch it had a glass top and a red, sculpted, one-piece base. Not bad. With a desk like that, I could handle a job at Spacely Sprockets.
Create feelings of balance and abundance in your home office by incorporating the principles of feng shui. Note how the computer is situated at equal distance to the two windows.