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Everything You Need To Style Your Home Office

Everything You Need To Style Your Home Office

A list of essentials to have in your home office

Written by –
Vanessa Louie
on October 29th 2017
Hygge is home for Vanessa. If you're wondering how she likes to keep her house, think tidy and uncluttered. She even has a personal Pinterest board featuring only white colored homes, appealing to her minimal design aesthetic.

From flexible work hours to a non-existent dress code, working from home means you get to manage your time and get productive without having to rush through the city traffic. But don’t go working from the living room couch just yet, having dedicated space to work from is important to make sure you have the least amount of distractions throughout the day. In this feature, we come up with a list of home office essentials to get you started.

A Multi-functional Work Desk

Whether it’s a drafting table for your sketches or one with plenty of drawers, a multi-functional desk is where you’ll spend most of your time working throughout the day. Make sure to pick one that suits your needs the most.

Workbench by Laura Mrkša | Everything you need to style your home office with modular furniture | NONAGON.style
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Laura Mrksa‘s workbench design is perfect for artisans and artists who need plenty of space for supplies. She draws inspiration from the first workbenches of manufacturers and craftsmen who specialized in jewelry making, sculpting, and clothing. The practical storage units are great for organizing small items, making them accessible as you work in the center of the desk,

Workbench by Laura Mrkša | Everything you need to style your home office with modular furniture | NONAGON.style
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Lilla by Jessica Herrera | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.stlye
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For a more versatile alternative, Jessica Herrera’s Lilla table is a minimal piece made of maple wood and wool. The table features smooth lines that offer plenty of legroom, yet provide subtle storage space underneath the work surface. This is for all minimalist lovers who want to do away with visual clutter after a long day of work.

Lilla by Jessica Herrera | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.stlye
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A Comfortable Chair

While sitting down on a chair the entire day isn’t recommended, you’ll want to have a chair that can support you comfortably for long periods of time.

 

Hybrid chair by Studio Lorier | Everything you need to style your home office | NONAGON.style
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The Hybrid chair by Studio Lorier puts a fun twist on desk chairs by transforming into a lounge chair with one adjustment. Quickly go from work to relaxation without needing a second chair in your home office.

Hybrid chair by Studio Lorier | Everything you need to style your home office | NONAGON.style
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A Spacious Shelf

There’s nothing like having all your books, photographs and important reminders organized neatly above your desk. So it’s essential to install shelving units that work well for your space.

Bangbang pegboard by George and Willy | Modular shelf | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.style
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I’m a big fan of modular shelving units because you can get creative with your displays. This Bangbang Pegboard by George and Willy is the perfect addition to the home office because you can easily add or remove shelves whenever you need to.

Bangbang pegboard by George and Willy | Modular shelf | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.style
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Z Step by Michael Schoner - modular display system | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.style
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If geometric home decor is right up your alley, Z step by Michael Schoner challenges the traditional shelf structure we’re all too familiar with. He makes use of thin metal sheets to create unusual shapes that are unique and dynamic. How’s that for keeping your books and folders in one place!

Z Step by Michael Schoner - modular display system | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.style
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Clutter-Free Desk Organizers

Can’t seem to find a pen when you need one? A desk organizer will solve that.

Kesito by Woodendot - a modular desk organizer | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.style
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Having all your stationery in one corner means you won’t have to rummage around your workspace for a pen to write down an important note before you forget it. Woodendot’s Kesito desk organizer is a solid game changer. With three modules for your pens, paperclips, business cards and smartphones, Kesito can be arranged in different shapes depending on your desk space. It also makes a great gift for our busy loved ones who could use some help organizing.

Kesito by Woodendot - a modular desk organizer | Everything you need to know about styling your home office | NONAGON.style
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Are you set with your home office essentials? Let us know which one you liked most in the comments below.

 

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