De­sign: Give your drab of­fice fur­ni­ture the pink slip

Did you get the memo? Of­fice fur­ni­ture doesn't have to be gray

Bloomberg Businessweek (North America) - - Contents - By Mon­ica Khem­surov

1. Link light by Peter Stathis and Pablo $395; pablode­signs. pablode­signs.com­com

Like a lit­tle green ro­bot whose face is made out of 15 high-pow­ered LEDS.

2. Haller stor­age S1B by USM $2,770; usm.com

Mo­du­lar steel shelves that come in navy, red, and yel­low and can be cus­tom­ized in neon green and orange, too.

3. Build­ing Block 2H cab­i­net by Heart­work $800; heart­work.com

This weighs 125 pounds(!), but it’s on cast­ers, so you can roll it—and lock it, too, since it comes with keys.

4. Remix side chair by Formway De­sign for Knoll Start­ing at $434; knoll.com

Cozy enough for your liv­ing room. You can al­ways take the wheels off and bring it home if your startup folds.

5. Folded Ves­sel by Chen Chen & Kai Wil­liams $150; su­per­goodthing.com

Three iden­ti­cal pieces of pow­der-coated steel, joined to cre­ate a rack for books and mag­a­zines.

6. Brick pouf cube by Hem $179; us.hem. us.hem.com­com

It’s a seat. It’s a footrest. It’s a pop of color when you need it, and you can shove it in a closet when you don’t.

7. Ikea PS 2014 sec­re­tary $189; ikea.comikea. com

A sec­re­tary desk with all the sec­re­tary desk ad­van­tages (hide your mess), plus an up­dated sil­hou­ette.

8. Desk 51 by Blu Dot $ $799; 799; blu­dot.comblu­dot. com

With front legs that an­gle back­ward, this piece feels open and invit­ing: Come hither, and check out the slid­ing key­board tray.

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