Modern Home Office Designs by Hülsta
The home office is not only a place to work, but a place to express your own personal style. Wood office furniture spans a huge variety of styles and design philosophies, allowing your style to show through while you toil away.
The “VISION – SHELVING” desk is particularly cool:
“From designer shelf to work space – and back again. The integrated writing compartment within now! vision shelving gives you exactly the kind of space that you need in the modern age. Integrated power and USB connections that power your mobile devices put an end to cable clutter. After work? Simply fold everything away.”
The home office line from Hülsta embraces the character of natural wood as a sophisticated, modern material. Mixing wood with metal, leather, textiles and even stone in these design ideas brings out the versatility of this basic building material.
Rich with working space, inspiration zones and comfy places to sit and think, these home office examples seem like the perfect places to let creativity shine.
“Contemporary and high quality desks are more than a piece of furniture. They combine workspace and design object. Modern desks from hülsta can be combined, freestanding or integrated. They are work table for the home office, laptop table or secretary for small rooms.”
Because today’s home office is often a somewhat non-traditional working environment, these ideas span from large, dedicated rooms to a simple desk in the corner of a living room.
“In manufacturing our furniture we place the greatest importance on sparing use of resources, longevity and a good microclimate in the home. That is why we ensure that our wood comes from controlled sustainable forestry regions so we do not use any tropical wood. This not only saves the rainforests but also shortens transport distances and therefore reduces the emission of greenhouse gases. The use of environmentally friendly lacquers and glues for a healthy climate both outside and inside your home is, of course, another key feature of sustainable furniture production.”