The 30-pound, 14-inch deep box monitor has been replaced by a sleek, lightweight, flat screen HD monitor. It rests comfortably on a raised platform, bringing it to eye level while providing you with even more room on your desktop.
The office telephone is gone. Your mobile phone allows you conduct business anywhere.
That big, bulky computer tower that required its own space-stealing cabinet has been replaced by an ultra-thin laptop that conveniently plugs into your flat screen monitor and ergonomic keyboard.
Thanks to wireless technology, the tangled mound of knots hanging behind your desk has been replaced by a few simple power cords.
Your hanging files have been replaced by a USB flash drive that hangs from your keychain.
The home office has changed. Isn’t it time to bring your home office desk into the modern era?
Maybe all you need is an elegant desktop like the Lex Home Office Desk pictured at the top. The stainless steel base comes in eight plated finish options and the top is available in reclamation rough sawn antique pine.
The simply styled Nicole Writing Table, pictured above, combines the warmth of a soft, appealing shape with both classic and contemporary finishes. This piece is available in 17 finishes on rift cut oak, as well as seven exotic woods.
For a larger space, you might choose the sophisticated elegance of the Creative Elegance Home Office, with swept planes and a linear orientation that are accented by the deep straight graining of the rift cut oak. In addition to the desk, this collection includes an elegant credenza, file cabinets, bookcase and suspended shelves.
This just a small sampling of desks that will bring modern elegance to your home office while providing the function you need to work productively. Simple design, with minimal space and storage necessary. That’s the modern home office.
How has your home office changed in order to keep up with modern technology?