home office guide: currents; home office furniture
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If a home office is no more than a traditional 9-to-
5 gear, you might as well continue to punch the clock.
Of course, traditional office furniture will do the job, but most of them are either too big or too ugly to comfortably transition to home.
Fortunately, manufacturers and designers are starting to create homes.
Office furniture from living room to spare room.
From space, they work as well as they look. saving office-in-a-
A box with neo\'s adjustable computer deskShaker charm.
Family workers on the market may want to take a look at 15 tasks
Related office chairs in Cooper\'s exhibition \"mediation and Transcendence: Evolution of the workplace\"
Hewitt National Design Museum, located at 2 East 91 Street, opened on Tuesday and will last until February. 19.
The touch policy has been relaxed, allowing visitors to test each chair and write down their comments on its support and comfort (Or missing).
A version of this article was printed on page C00002 of the National edition on September 29, 1994, with the title: Home Office guide: current;
Home office furniture.