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The Elegant Office

Work Space Furniture & Decor with Finesse

Study in Sophistication

When it comes to your office, one rule of balance is to keep the technology modern and the atmosphere vintage. Soften the edges with an Empire-style desk, Victorian chairs with tapestry seats, a muted Oushak, and floral paintings or prints of design prototypes for jewelry and shoes. Add a few accents (glass perfume bottles, brass figurines), intriguing books (by Alice B. Toklas or Gertrude Stein), and a tole lamp or two for a retreat well worth the commute—whether that means heading up the stairs or out the door.