For support with edge, plastic swivel chairs can be the essential industrial piece to creating a motivational mood in your home office.
This sweet wooden chair will have you sitting up straight and getting work done, it also doubles as extra seating when guests come over.
Not every office has a computer, craft studios and reading corners should house chairs with angled backs and comfy, worn-in pillows.
Don't be afraid to combine styles in a home office. In this otherwise traditional space, the homeowner chose an iconic Eero Saarinen pedestal table as a desk with Bertoia side chairs to sit.
Instead of a rigid desk chair, opt for an armchair—it may suit your style better and be a softer spot to sit.
If you’re in for the long haul, an ergonomic chair is best for your back and peace of mind so you’re not aching or falling asleep by the end of the workday.
Add some comfort to your sit with a favorite cushion made of down or cotton so that the hours of work seem less tedious.
An embroidered oval back chair pairs well with the elegance of a leather-topped desk space.
Artists and creative people alike can create and make messes on a matching unfinished desk and chair.
For letter writing an armless chair with a concave back provides the utmost comfort.
One long wooden table provides ample space for two computer workstations and leather office chairs in this home's lower level. The painted cement floor mimics tile, and easy-to-install bead board conceals the basement's cinderblock walls.
Fold-out home offices are smart and efficient just like this upholstered wood chair that can sit at the dining room table or get a little work done on the family computer.
As freelancing becomes as commonplace as the office job, build your own 9-5 space at home with conjoined glass-topped work spaces to contain all the room you need without the bulky weight of typical office furniture.
This early schoolhouse-inspired chair lends an air of light attitude to a home office.
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