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Home Office Furniture Seattle WA

Local resource for home office furniture in Seattle. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to home office furniture, as well as advice and content on how to find the space for your home office, how to design and set up your office, and the style of furniture that’s right for your space.

Hartman Limited
(206) 230-9110
Mercer Island, WA
 
Contour Laminates Inc
(206) 763-0820
Kent, WA
 
Creative Woodcraft
(425) 481-7997
Woodinville, WA
 
Staples
(206) 352-8644
1541 15th Ave West
Seattle, WA
Recycling Services
Recycling Desk
$3 Ink & Toner Credit
Hours
Mon-Fri: 8:00am-9:00pm Sat: 9:00am-7:00pm Sun :10:00am-6:00pm

Staples
(425) 373-3335
1645 140th N.E. Suite A4
Bellevue, WA
Recycling Services
Recycling Desk
$3 Ink & Toner Credit
Hours
Mon-Fri: 8:00am-9:00pm Sat: 9:00am-7:00pm Sun :10:00am-6:00pm

Express Business Systems
(425) 883-9600
Redmond, WA
 
Hmc Industries Inc
(425) 778-3144
Lynnwood, WA
 
OfficeMax
(206) 467-0071
2401 Utah Ave South
Seattle, WA
Hours
M-F 8-9, Sa 9-7, Su 10-6*

Staples
(206) 938-4495
2501 SW Trenton Street
Seattle, WA
Recycling Services
Recycling Desk
$3 Ink & Toner Credit
Hours
Mon-Fri: 8:00am-9:00pm Sat: 9:00am-7:00pm Sun :10:00am-6:00pm

Staples
(206) 306-0331
13240 Aurora Ave. North
Seattle, WA
Recycling Services
Recycling Desk
$3 Ink & Toner Credit
Hours
Mon-Fri: 8:00am-8:00pm Sat: 9:00am-7:00pm Sun :10:00am-6:00pm

A Toile Office

Still looking for home office ideas? Why not try this classy toile print covered chair paired with a fold-away office desk . Not only is toile a classical print, it comes in nearly any color you could possibly want, from pink to black or even a combination of blue and yellow.

Toile doesn't have to mean country chic or French country. It can be sleek and stylish and fits in with any decor or furniture style from contemporary to traditional.

For a contemporary home office, try a crisp black toile paired with sleek black furniture. If you're working in a small space, try a fold-away desk or armoir to house your computer, books and other important documents. This vignette from Spiegel.com would not only work for an office tucked away in a separate room, but would fit nicely into a living or den area.

These samples show how a toile pattern can be paired with stripes or ginghams depending on the look you're going for for your contemporary toile home office.

Try reversible drapes for large windows with your toile on one side and a stripe or solid on the reverse. When draped open, you see both patterns introduced into the room.

When trying to decorate your home office, it's important to remember what you like. If Toile is your pattern, but you don't like the country look that is often associated with toile, change your color and throw in some other prints. Pair it up with non-traditional, black furniture or furniture with sleek, simple lines. Remember, it's your spac...

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Finding Home Office Space

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Home offices are a new trend made possible with new technology, computers and the internet. The problem, however, might be finding space for your home office.

The key to finding space for your home office is to stop and take a look around your home. You might be able to add a desk or work space in a pantry, in a corner of your kitchen or bedroom or even your den. With the use of armoires and cabinetry, you can hide the clutter of your office work. You can even tuck your computer away at the end of the day.

This space from Better Homes and Gardens utilizes an unused butler's pantry as a home office space. It is a continuation of the kitchen and the numerous cabinets and drawers allow for ample storage. An area rug is used to define the space from the rest of the kitchen as well as adding color and comfort. If you're looking to save a little money, try auction sites like Ebay for your accessories such as rugs, draperies, and more or take a look around your home for items to incorporate into your new home office space.

The important thing is to remember to decorate your office space as you would any other room of your home. Don't forget to add your flowers and candles or your cherished pictures. Make it a comfortable and appealing space as well as a space for work.

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Home Office Design

If you're like many people these days, you need some type of home office space. Having a home office is no longer just for those working from home. A home office is the ideal space for conducting personal business like paying bills, researching the internet, as well as providing storage for things like files, pens, and paper. It also provides a perfect workspace for children to study and do their home office deskhomework.

With this in mind, the problem becomes finding a space for your home office. You don't have to use up an entire room for an office that looks - well - like an office. Home offices can be workspaces tucked away in a large closet, writing desks nestled in the kitchen or in the corner of your family room or guest bedroom. There are a multitude of workspace options to choose from so don't box yourself into the conventional office arrangement. For your home office, keep in mind both Style and Function.

Before getting started on your home office, there area few things to consider in regards to the function:

  • What is the purpose of the space - how will it be used.
  • Where will your home office fit - take a look around with an open mind and you might be surprised at where a home office can fit.
  • Who will be using the space? If it's primarily your children, think about putting it in their room. If it's a family space, make it accessible for everyone.
  • How often will the space be used - this can help you decide where to put your office. You don't want your family invading your bedroom just to send an email.
  • Is there a telephone line and electrical outlet nearby? You don't want cords strewn across a floor. Not only is it not attractive, it's a potential hazard.

Once you have answered those questions, start thinking about design:

  • Do you have the space for a full desk? If not, use a computer armoire to hide the office when not in use. Not only will it hide the potential desk clutter, it will be an added...

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