We passed a lot on time in front of our computer. Many of us do it at home. Today I wish to talk about the need to surround your home office with things you love. The goal towards a paperless society means that we need less and less office supplies. This fact frees up space for nice storage ideas and to integrate decor accessories. Make your home office a place where you want to be.
Even if your desk is on a hall or a corner of a room, it can look pretty. City dwellers often look for a desk that provides space saving. The top picture is the Graham Secretary Deck with the tall hutch used here as a bookcase. A desk with a fold-down front is perfect to hide away the paper. The three bottom drawers and two cabinets provide multi-purpose storage. If you do not need it as a desk later, it is good to know that the Graham desk with the hutch makes a practical bar station.
A desk hutch is a great way to save space and neatly display your office supplies and mobile gadgets. The Porter Smart Technology hutch adapts to your need. First, the hutch comes with a hanging dowel for organizing ribbons and other crafts. Behind the top drawer, you can access a five-outlet power strip. Or you could replace the hanging towel and the top drawer with three vertical partitions for added filing space. The idea is to customize your desk to your needs.
See how you can create different looks with the same desk. The above three desk is the same; it’s the Bedford desk at Pottery Barn shown in three finishes. Each room has its own personality.
+ Graham Deck/Bar and Hutch $599-$1599 USD at Pottery Barn
+ Porter Smart Technology Desk Hutch at $299 USD at Pottery Barn
+ Bedford Small Desk Set on sale at $499 USD at Pottery Barn
+ Bedford Rectangular Desk Set on sale at $649 USD at Pottery Barn