by TJ AndersonWith a lot of Nashvillians, there’s still a bit of a disconnect, where the Nashville Symphony is seen as something geared only toward folks who were reared on classical music and in
His and Her Style: The Home Office
by T.J. Anderson
The home office doesn’t get enough attention, even though so many more of us are working from home these days. The bedroom, living room, and kitchen have likely soaked up all of your focus, leaving the home office to look unedited–made up by a thrown-together, ragtag collection of furniture. But what better place to channel your energy for decor than into an orderly, easy-on-the-eyes office? Wouldn’t it (theoretically) help you to think more clearly and work more efficiently, free from the distraction of an unkempt bookcase or mismatched furniture? With that in mind, here are some home office ideas, for both him and her:
Sources: The Lamp (Brookfield Deluxe Desk Lamp from Target), The Chair (Jones Natural Office Chair by CB2), The Desk (Nadine Desk from Ballard Designs), File Storage (Rolling Storage Crate from Serena & Lily)
Sources: The Lamp (Navy Laurel Lamp from Serena & Lily), The Chair (Saddle Office Chair from West Elm), The Desk (Ava Glass Display Wood Desk from Pottery Barn), File Storage (TPS Mint File Cabinet from CB2)
What’s your favorite resource for office furniture and accessories? Any cool organizational tricks to share?
TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a home and sell a home in Nashville, Tennessee. He blogs about Nashville regularly, from Nashville-area....
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