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Office Furniture Style Guide 2019

Struggling with how to design your new home office? There’s no doubt your options are vast when it comes to styling the space. Take a deeper look into the various office furniture styles available to you in this helpful guide.

Industrial - Popular in residential and commercial interiors alike, industrial office design features a blend of organic and metallic materials that creates a uniquely masculine look.

Mid-Century Modern- Mid-century modern office furniture takes something old and makes it new again. Pulling inspiration from furnishings of the 1950s and ’60s, the mid-century style features striped wood, angled desk legs, funky décor, and colorful accents.

Mission- Mission style furniture has a craftsman look reminiscent of handmade furniture of the past. Mission furniture is ideal for those who want something more on the traditional side without any over the top opulence.

Rustic- While modern design is cool and sleek, rustic design is warm and worn. Featuring neutral colors and a reclaimed wood look, this style is perfect for the aspiring farmhouse. Best of all, rustic office furniture can make your office feel like home, which has been proven to improve productivity on the job

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