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Modernize Your Office With Pops of Color

You deserve to work in a space that inspires creativity, focus, and style. We think adding in a few pops of color in the modern office keeps things interesting yet professional, and uniquely you. Offset the color with clean lines and designs to maintain an open and airy feel.

1.Fire Cushion from Zuzunaga

Throw a couple on the couch or a side chair, maybe even use one for some added cushion in your office chair. The bright pixelated colors of this pillow have been intentionally designed to promote good vibes and energy flow, ideal for getting your brain juices going.

2. Charles Pollock Executive Armless Conference Chair from Knoll

Comfort is key when you’re demanded to sit at a desk for extended periods of time, and the curved lines of this chair really do cradle you while at work. Get the tufted upholstery in a neutral color, like black leather, for a subdued modern look that allows color to pop off of.

3. Albini Desk from Knoll

Dark heavy furniture can make an office feel more like a dungeon, which is hardly a look that helps to promote a steady workflow. We’re all about the glass top on this desk. It creates a reflective surface, keeping things light and airy, yet still totally modern.

4. Z-BAR Gen 3 LED Floor Lamp from Koncept Lighting

Sleek, simple, this is a modern floor lamp that won’t get in the way. The clean lines and overall thin design makes it seem weightless.

5. Florence Knoll Lounge Settee from Knoll

We adore a bright red couch and placing one into your office is a great way to instantly add a splash of color and to modernize the room.

6. Pearl Bookcase from Modloft

This bookcase immediately adds interest and can update any office into a modern one. The snaked-modular design helps to open up a space, rather than weighing it down, something that traditional bookcases can do.

7. Nuage Rug from Surya

Complete your modern office with a rug to ground the room and bring everything together. The subdued hues of this rug provide a neutral backdrop for those bright colors to really pop, while the industrial concrete-like pattern adds interest and keeps things modern.

Olga Gabris

Olga Gabris

Olga started painting nails and other surfaces at the age of 9. Her family members, sometimes unwillingly, were her first test subjects. Olga enjoys her employment at the Y but always looks forward to spending her evenings reading, blogging, and looking for inspiration for future nail art projects.

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