Office furniture doesn't have to be boring—just take a look at these unique and iconic pieces currently available on eBay! From seating and desks to office organizers, we've rounded up eight items sure to turn your home office into a productive and stylish space.
We love the mixture of materials in this vintage Steelcase office chair—especially the two-toned fabric seat with piping. Casters allow the chair to slide around with ease, and the white and yellow armrests make it both practical and comfortable.
With its rounded legs and high-polish hardware, this burled wood desk with three drawers spells minimalist, 1970s luxe. Based out of the furniture mecca of Grand Rapids, Michigan, the John Widdicomb Furniture Company began manufacturing in the 1800s and started producing exclusively modern designs in the 1930s.
This lamp's slim profile and chrome finish vibe midcentury modern with with a contemporary edge. The vertical arm is adjustable, so you can raise or lower the lamp as required, and the tubular shade allows it to evenly light a wide surface area.
This lovely matching desk and chair duo feature bamboo hardware, vinyl upholstery, and wood-grained laminate. Bamboo and rattan are seeing a comeback, and we could see this set working perfectly in a small space.
This midcentury desk was designed by George Nelson for Herman Miller's Executive Office Group. It features double pedestal supports with two lockable drawers on either side, and it's clad in teak veneer for an elegant finish.
The undulating curves and the soft aqua color of this midcentury swivel chair make it a distinctly midcentury statement in any home office. Four chrome legs set on casters mean it's also mobile.
This piece from Hooker Furniture's 1960s "Mainline" series features unique oval hardware, slim desk legs, and a mixture of solid walnut and walnut veneer. Hooker Furniture began crafting furniture in 1924 in Virginia and continues to produce furniture in Virginia and North Carolina today.
What's a desk without a desk organizer? We love this bright and bold number by industrial designer Max Klein. Klein is known for creating home accessories in a range of materials that were newly developed in the midcentury era, like lucite and plastics.
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