5 Clever Designs for the Home Office

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June 11, 2014
Working remotely has its benefits (easy kitchen access, for one), but it doesn’t mean your workstation should be any less serious.
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  Babylon collection by Samuel Wilkinson by Lexon. Inspired by rocks, these faceted desktop accessories—tape dispenser, scissors, stapler, cup, pen, and alarm clock—are made of injection molded plastic.
    Babylon collection by Samuel Wilkinson by Lexon. Inspired by rocks, these faceted desktop accessories—tape dispenser, scissors, stapler, cup, pen, and alarm clock—are made of injection molded plastic.
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  Hyppolite desk by Florence Watine for Hartô. The petite secretary desk can fit in even the smallest home office; its powder-coated legs are available in eight colors.
    Hyppolite desk by Florence Watine for Hartô. The petite secretary desk can fit in even the smallest home office; its powder-coated legs are available in eight colors.
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  BuzziPatch by Sas Adriaenssens for BuzziSpace. Patchwork rug tiles that attach to one another with leather straps are available in four color sets.
    BuzziPatch by Sas Adriaenssens for BuzziSpace. Patchwork rug tiles that attach to one another with leather straps are available in four color sets.
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  Kork by Twodesigners for Linadura. Lightweight but heavy duty, these modular storage compartments—evocative of Kartell’s Componibili—connect via layers of recycled cork.
    Kork by Twodesigners for Linadura. Lightweight but heavy duty, these modular storage compartments—evocative of Kartell’s Componibili—connect via layers of recycled cork.
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  OneLessOffice by Heckler Design. A space-saving office suite that stacks, expands, and hides clutter is made from commercial-grade steel in Phoenix, Arizona.
    OneLessOffice by Heckler Design. A space-saving office suite that stacks, expands, and hides clutter is made from commercial-grade steel in Phoenix, Arizona.

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