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Tables in Fairfield’s Live Edge collection are one-of-a-kind masterpieces of nature. For a serene home office, the 54-inch Live Edge Waterfall Desk offers a work surface that showcases the rich, natural grain of the Guanacaste tree. The base is shown here in acrylic but also is available in metal with a bronze, nickel or black nickel finish. About $4,047. It is shown with the Uma side chair in channel-quilted leather, about $1,500. www.fairfieldchair.com


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Oxford home office pieces from Gat Creek Furniture blend seamlessly into this modern living space. Shown are the 60-inch desk (about $1,395), a corner lift desk with gallery ($1,890), a three-drawer file chest ($1,495) and a tall bookcase (about $1,998). All are manufactured in Berkeley Springs, W.Va., in solid ash, cherry or maple. The pieces are shown here in a natural cherry finish but also are available in 63 other wood and painted finishes. www.gatcreek.com



Invigo is a highly configurable series of sit-to-stand desks from Copeland Furniture. They are built on a dual motor lift base with three programmable positions. Crafted in Bradford, Vt., in solid cherry, solid walnut (shown here) or solid ash hardwood, these desks offer wire management, storage and computer accessories. Several finishes are available, and all are Greenguard Certified for low emissions. With a broad range of options, the Invigo starts at $1,381 and tops out at about $3,100. www.copelandfurniture.com




HODec2018_SauderHODec2018_Sauder2SAUDER WOODWORKING
Your home office is allowed to be stylish! Dress up your space with the sophisticated style and modern design of this L-shaped desk from Sauder Woodworking’s International Lux collection (about $335). The spacious top surface provides room for desk-top essentials and offers grommet holes for cord management. Open shelving provides storage for additional office necessities. The lateral file cabinet (at right) is new for 2019, about $240.



The Binx leather desk chair from Hooker Upholstery offers a heated lumbar feature for the ultimate in home office comfort. Shown in camel leather, the chair is also available in fabric. About $2,037. www.hookerfurniture.com.






HODec2018_genevieveTWIN STAR HOME
The Genevieve collection from Twin Star Home offers a rich, weathered pine finish and refined lines that bring elegance to the practical pieces, including an adjustable height desk ($840), rolling file cabinet ($420) and accent bookcase ($1,365). The desk features three programmable height settings, which can be selected from the Illumitouch™ control panel on the wood desktop. For a reminder to stand up, set an alert with the GetActive™ timer. Ensure devices stay powered with the integrated, multi-port charging station, and store essentials in the two desk drawers.



The Elon home office collection from Hooker Furniture features refined silhouettes in walnut veneers that are placed in a random pattern to emphasize the natural beauty of the wood. The darker toned X- shape stretcher adds contrast on the desk support. The desk, including file chest base, is about $2,199, while the credenza is $2,749. www.hookerfurniture.com.




For a sophisticated and unique home office, the Prosperity desk from Fine Furniture Design provides a study in mixed materials. The desk has a taupe leather inset top and soft gold metal fretwork details on either end. Part of the company’s Fusion collection, it retails for about $3,520. The subtle combination of Asian and European design elements are common throughout the Fusion collection. www.ffdm.com