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14 Things You Need to Decorate Your Home Office

Harper's Bazaar Logo By Halie LeSavage of Harper's Bazaar | Slide 1 of 15: Those of us who've been working from home for nearly two years now all have slightly different feelings about it. But one thing we can all agree on: Telecommuting is a convenient excuse to redecorate. "There’s never been a better time to create a space that inspires and motivates you everyday, but is also grounded in practicality," interior designer and author Athena Calderone tells BAZAAR.com. For fresh ways to decorate a home office, we turned to some of our favorite interiors experts. Their 14 picks will add elegant (and practical) touches to your workspace, whether you answer Zoom calls from a dedicated study or a corner of your living room. Claude Home tastemaker Maggie Holladay and Arjé Home co-founder Bessie Afnaim Corral suggest sleek sofas and chairs for getting the creative juices flowing. For the ultra-organized among us, three experts recommend upscale desk accessories to keep loose papers and pens in order. Whatever your remote 9-to-5 setup is missing, the desks, chairs, paints, and decor ahead will fill the gap with style.

Those of us who've been working from home for nearly two years now all have slightly different feelings about it. But one thing we can all agree on: Telecommuting is a convenient excuse to redecorate. "There’s never been a better time to create a space that inspires and motivates you everyday, but is also grounded in practicality," interior designer and author Athena Calderone tells BAZAAR.com.

For fresh ways to decorate a home office, we turned to some of our favorite interiors experts. Their 14 picks will add elegant (and practical) touches to your workspace, whether you answer Zoom calls from a dedicated study or a corner of your living room. Claude Home tastemaker Maggie Holladay and Arjé Home co-founder Bessie Afnaim Corral suggest sleek sofas and chairs for getting the creative juices flowing. For the ultra-organized among us, three experts recommend upscale desk accessories to keep loose papers and pens in order. Whatever your remote 9-to-5 setup is missing, the desks, chairs, paints, and decor ahead will fill the gap with style.

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