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INTERIOR INSPIRATION: HOME OFFICE


1. The Mayan Walnut Twin Pedestal desk from Wooden Furniture Store fea- tures a pull-out keyboard drawer, storage for a computer tower unit, a suspension filing drawer and three stationary draw- ers, providing all the practical space required for a home office. The desk is crafted from the highest-grade solid wal- nut and is priced at £764. www.wooden-furniture-store.co.uk


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2. Sofas by Saxon‘s traditionally styled Captain’s Swivel chair combines a classic design with modern requirements. The seat is height adjustable and swivels and tilts, providing the practicality needed from an office chair. The chair is available in a range of fabrics, woods and studs – pictured is Harris Tweed Huntsman Check Slate Grey. It’s priced at £864. www.sofasbysaxon.com


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With more and more people working from home, the inclusion of a home office is becoming a must in many self-build projects. Selfbuilder+Homemaker showcases some of the latest products that will ensure you create an on-trend as well as productive space


3. The Flatmate desk from Furl has a floor area of just 0.09 m2


meaning it can


sit virtually anywhere in your home if you’re tight on space. Despite its size, it has storage space, an integrated power supply – which can also be used when the desk is closed – and a glare-free light. The desk is priced at £880. www.furl.co.uk


january/february 2018


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