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Office Furniture Round Up!

Creating a productive workspace for yourself is an important step to success. With office furniture from companies like Copeland, Spectra Wood, West Bros, and Lyndon, you can make your office dynamic and eco-friendly. These brands build their office furniture with sustainably sourced hardwoods from North America, leaving you with a high-quality, durable piece that will last for generations. Whether you are looking for a new chair, desk, or storage solution for your office, Urban Natural Home has got you covered. Read on to discover some of our favorite office pieces!

A Desk to Inspire

A desk should be a place of creativity, productivity, and inspiration. Whether you need a desk for home or at the office, working on a solid hardwood surface is unbeatable. A simple yet functional design will go a long way in creating a space where you can focus. Choose a desk with bold clean lines and a compelling design, like the Phase Desk from West Bros, for a classic look with a modern twist.

If you prefer to stand at work, which is a growing trend thanks to organizations such as Start Standing, we have the perfect option. Copeland created the Invigo Sit-Stand Desk to meet the needs of people looking to increase their level of movement at work. This innovative design combines the high-quality craftsmanship of Copeland’s Vermont-based factory with a three-stage, dual motor lift base that will quickly and efficiently turn the traditional desk into a standing desk. The Invigo is extremely customizable, with options to add a modesty panel, powered inserts, various desktop shapes, and more!

Storage Solutions for Everyone

Organization is key to a productive work environment. Choosing functional and stylish storage options will add order and clarity to your space. Using a traditional bookcase is wonderful for maintaining order, but we like to add a little more style into the mix. Two great options for bookcases with an interesting spin are the Brookline Bookcase from Lyndon and the Linden Leaning Bookcase by Spectra Wood. The Catalina Filing Credenza by Copeland is another fantastic storage option if you have more to store and a little more space to spare. All three of these companies source their hardwood locally, so you can rest easy knowing that your new piece was created with a minimal impact on the environment.

West Bros designed several media chests that can function as both a storage solution and a workspace - and we love them! The Strada Media Chest features two adjustable shelves behind the right-hand soft close door, one adjustable shelf behind the right-hand top hinged door, a knockout back panel for wire management, one pull-out work surface, and two soft close drawers. This chest is perfect if you need a piece to fit in a smaller workspace or want to add a functional storage piece to your living room or bedroom.

Light Up Your Space

Working in a well-lit space is absolutely crucial. Fortunately, we no longer live in a world where every workspace is lit with incredibly off-putting fluorescent lighting. There are endless options for office lighting, whether you prefer more traditional styles or are a little more adventurous. Four of our favorite table lamps that will work perfectly in your office are the Cylinder Lamp by Cisco Brothers, the Trumpet Lamp by Lostine (pictured below), and the Forma and Silva Lamps by Cerno. No matter how you choose to light your workspace, try not to forget about style!

Your office doesn’t have to be bland. Create a productive environment using functional, chic, and eco-friendly pieces. Don’t be afraid to add your personal style into your workspace - it will inspire you to succeed!

  • Ali Qari

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