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Modern Office Furniture 

Modern office design has taken on new meaning with more and more people working from home. Before the prevalence of remote work, the home office was a private space designed for occasional use, where teleworkers would keep their computers, telephones, and other electronic essentials away from the rest of the household. Along with the downsizing and optimization of professional technology as well as the rise in ease and popularity of virtual communication, home offices began to transform. Now, any space can become a fully functional home office, from the corner of a studio apartment to the kitchen table in a family home, especially with the right office furniture and accessories.

No matter how big or small, modern and contemporary home office spaces all demand two things: comfort and style. A home office space must provide lasting comfort so one can stay focused and productive throughout the workday, but it must also have a certain level of visual appeal – especially in a shared space. At Design Within Reach, shop mid-century modern task chairs, performance seating, and work-from-home accessories designed to promote top performance and look good doing it.

How to Choose Office Furniture 

At the very center of modern office design is the office desk, which is why it’s great to start designing your office space by choosing a desk. The desk is the workhorse, made to hold your computer, desk lamp, office supplies, documents, and accessories all in one place for maximum productivity. DWR offers small office desks as well as large office desks with storage, with options to fit any space. Office desks may be as simple as an office table, which can double as a dining table in a pinch, or as complex as desks with built-in storage compartments, like a drawer or slide-out tray.

Office chairs are next in line when considering modern office design – and of equal importance. Comfortable office chairs are an indispensable part of productivity and well-being, as the alignment of your spine, legs, and arms can contribute to your focus and mitigate pain throughout your workday. DWR has a large selection of performance seating to fit a wide range of needs, preferences, and body sizes. Office furniture sets can be handy in the home office, providing not only an office desk but a file cabinet or printer stand as well, offering a way to stay organized and productive. The ultimate determiner of furniture in your home office will be a balance of room size, work and storage needs, lighting needs, and your needs as a productive worker.

How to Arrange Office Furniture 

Wondering how to arrange furniture in a small office? The first step is to select furniture that fits the room, recognizing that you will need a chair and desk at a minimum. In selecting office furniture sizes for small offices, begin with the desk, selecting the smallest size that is still big enough for the work you need to accomplish. As you organize office furniture, next select a task chair that will provide good support and enough options to be comfortable over a long day but has a modest footprint. DWR offers many performance seating options that fit in compact spaces. If you set up office furniture thoughtfully, you can assemble a productive ensemble in a small office.