Accessories

19 deals on desks, chairs, and accessories for your home office

19 deals on desks, chairs, and accessories for your home office
19 deals on desks, chairs, and accessories for your home office

Believe it or not, we’re already in part two of 2020. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who traded a suit in for sweatpants earlier this year, you’re probably pretty used to working from home by now. You’re probably also pretty sick of your WFH setup. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best deals on the web to upgrade your home office setup.

From desks and chairs to fidget toys and mini-fridges, these deals can make your remote workspace even more productive than a typical office. All you need now is an office dog.

Desks

Quest 45″ Wide PC Gamer Computer Desk

This desk can help you get your head in the game by organizing your workspace. It features a cup holder, a headphone hook, two USB charging ports, three grounded outlet receptors, and a

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The 18 Best Laptop Accessories That Will Make WFH Way More Comfortable

If week after week of using our laptop for work, happy hour, catching up with family and even therapy sessions has taught us anything, it’s that tech neck is real. And unfortunately, it doesn’t seem like this Zoom-heavy, screen-filled lifestyle is going to end anytime soon. So, we might as well make the most of it. Here, the 18 best laptop accessories to make your desk, couch, or cross-legged-on-the-floor set up more enjoyable.

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Lap Desks:

Sometimes, it’s just a work-from-bed day, and that’s OK. But it’ll go a lot more smoothly with a lap desk. This compact one from Urban Outfitters features a removable cushion to keep your legs comfortable while you work and a convenient tabletop that’s big enough to use a wireless mouse, if that’s your thing.

Buy It ($39)

Need a portable desk

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How This Vogue Editor Uses Accessories to Jazz Up Her Work-From-Home Looks

As we continue our social-distancing pledge, the Vogue staff is working from home for the foreseeable future. This article is part of our This Week on Zoom column, where one Vogue editor shares their WFH outfits from the previous workweek—from the waist up, of course.

My methodology for dressing is certainly different than it was when I went into an office every day. Appearing polished for Zoom meetings, FaceTime calls, and Instagram selfies while simultaneously embracing the comfort that this strange time calls for can be a tricky balancing act. But what I have found after seven weeks of remote work is that there is still power in details. While no one will notice or care if you’re not wearing a special drop earring or a new pair of blue light glasses, they certainly notice when you do.

I am embracing the small accessory more than ever in

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