5 Unique Furniture Ideas For Your Home Office

Having the ability to work from home is beneficial for many reasons. You don’t have a commute, you have easy access to a coffee maker and snacks, plus you can design your office any way you want to.

Having a home office that is decorated to your liking can actually promote creativity and help you focus. While some enjoy having a very traditional home office, others like trendy or distinctive furniture pieces and decor.

You don’t have to have a boring space if you take inspiration from the 5 unique furniture ideas for your home office that we’ve included below. Since it’s an area you’ll be spending the majority of your time, you might as well enjoy the way it looks and the furniture you’re using. Let’s take a look at some special ideas that you can incorporate at home.

Home Office Furniture Ideas


If you’re tight on space, putting a daybed in your office can be a great way to get the most out of the space you have. How? Well, there are several benefits to adding a daybed to your home office. For starters, it provides extra seating if you have meetings in your office. It looks better than a cheap and uncomfortable futon.

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Many people add a daybed to their home office if it also doubles as a guest room. The average daybed can sleep two people, which is perfect for a guest room.

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They are also great because most of the time they don’t look like a traditional bed. Some are designed to look modern while others have a more minimalistic look to them. Plus, between you and me, it’s a great place to catch a quick nap!


Having plenty of seating in your home office is a must! Whether you have the occasional meeting or your kids like to come home, take a seat, and tell you about their day, stools are a great addition. Most people think of a barstool when they hear the word “stool”. There is a new, unique stool on the market by the name of ErgoErgo. These chairs resemble an accordion and have several benefits.

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ErgoErgo is designed to help you sit actively, which can be important when working from home. These contemporary stools help you strengthen your core muscles and will improve the blood flow to your brain.

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You may see that there is no back support and immediately write this product off, but hear us out. Your body is designed to support itself, so using an ErgoErgo will help strengthen your body so that you don’t need extra back support that can actually weaken your body.

Glass Desk

Having a glass desk in your office is a great idea if you have a smaller office. Because a glass desk is see-through, it will trick the mind into thinking that there is more space in the room than there actually is.

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When you use a heavy wood desk, it can take up a lot of space in your office and make things seem cluttered. Glass desks are also easier to clean and upkeep. Lastly, glass or clear desks are usually much more cost-efficient than solid wood desks, though they also have plenty of benefits as well.

Kneeling Chair

Chances are if you have a home office, you’re likely at a desk or spend a lot of time at a computer. If this is the case, you could greatly benefit from using a kneeling chair. These unique chairs are designed to correct your spine alignment and improve your posture. The more you use a kneeling chair, the stronger your back and core become.

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Because of the way the chair is designed, you will be sitting with your hips forward. This will help distribute pressure properly throughout your body and will help reduce lower back pain. Kneeling chairs are adjustable like any other office chair. With the position your body is when using a kneeling chair, blood will distribute better throughout your body, helping you think better! 

Industrial Bookshelves

Lastly, industrial bookshelves are a unique idea to help your home office look trendy and modern. Similar to glass desks, industrial bookshelves take up a lot less space, while ironically, offering more storage space on the shelves.

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You can place decor on them, books, candles, plants, or anything else you’d like to spruce up the look of your office. We suggest having an industrial bookshelf in the corner of your office, or one on each side of your desk against the wall. They’re lightweight and easy to assemble, which is a big plus to many!

Author Bio:

Sabine Ghali is Director at Buttonwood Property Management, a property management company in Toronto. She is an entrepreneur at heart who endeavors to help investors create real estate wealth over time in the Greater Toronto Area. Sabine is published in a number of media outlets, including Toronto Sun and Gulf News, among many others.

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