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4 Designs Ready for Double-Duty Workspaces

Performance reviews are in, and these home office staples exceed all expectations

By Eric Mutrie

Cabrio IN by Clei
Fold up this graceful space-saver’s slender desk to lift down a twin-sized bed. The modular system can be installed with coordinating shelving and closet components to make space for guests’ wardrobes and those file folders full of tax stuff. From $4900, at Resource Furniture

Mia by Artemide
An LED atop this aluminum table lamp’s cylindrical base beams light into the dome above, which directs and amplifies the glow with a highly reflective varnish. $1000, at Artemide

Rue Cambon by CB2
Don’t leave guests feeling like they’re sleeping in a boardroom when it comes time to turn your home office into a crash pad. This chic desk chair’s brass-plated frame looks straight out of a Parisian hotel. Thankfully, the nubby, poly-blend fabric seat is also comfortable enough to see you through next month’s quarterly earnings spreadsheet. $500, at CB2

Haller by USM
Thanks to its fusion of polished and industrial styles, this glossy powder-coated steel filing cabinet is versatile enough to serve as a nightstand when it comes time to host the in-laws. $2770, at Avenue Road


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