Last updated on February 24th, 2019 at 05:09 pm
Because A Modern Home Brings Everyone Together
So long are the days of dens and home offices, at least in the traditional sense. With homes being built and renovated with an open layout, families are coming together in different ways. While everyone is constantly on the go, on their phones or laptops, open layouts help bring everyone together.
While having a separate office space is sometimes a necessity, sometimes it simply can’t be a reality. So, I’ve gone through our collection of handcrafted wood desks and living room furniture to find what collections go together. There’s nothing worse than a clunky, hand-me-down desk that doesn’t fit your living space.
Large Flare Leg Executive Desk and Classic Shaker Flare Leg Living Room Furniture
With smooth, soft tapered legs, the Classic Shaker End Tables and Coffee Table, accent the Large Wood Flare Leg Executive Desk as if the craftsman knew they’d be sharing a space. A desk for a busy person, it gives you added storage and ample space to work. It’s size also allows you to use it to break up a large open space or mask a large open wall area.
Catalina Walnut Desk and Catalina Living Room Furniture
For the lover of modern mid-century furniture, the Copeland Catalina Walnut Desk and matching living room furniture take you back to when home offices were an expectation. WIth a modern touch, this furniture is functional and sensationally on trend.
Andover Modern Writing Desk and Metropolitan Living Room Furniture
Perfectly simple, the Andover Modern Writing Desk is a simple desk, designed to fit in with your modern life. I’ve paired it with our Metropolitan Living Room Furniture, that blends traditional craftsmanship with urban design.
Cherry Moon Writing Desk and Cherry Moon Living Room Furniture
With curved, reverse-tapered legs and a sturdy design, our Cherry Moon Writing Desk and matching living room furniture have a youth sophistication. Great for small spaces, our Cherry Moon Writing Desk can be placed in a corner, by a window or even in a closet office. With custom size options, the desk can also give you plenty of work space. Paired with a matching coffee table or end tables, help carry this unique design throughout your space.
Consistency is key when blending two forms of living into one space. Whether it’s matching furniture like I just listed out, or a color scheme, consistency helps your house feel like home. Your eyes will travel more easily throughout your space and allow you to focus on things that matter, like family and your favorite hobbies.
How have you blended your home office and living room? Let me know in the comments below or submit photos of your Vermont Woods Studios furniture in action!
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