Design: Give your drab office furniture the pink slip
Did you get the memo? Office furniture doesn't have to be gray
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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