Best Work From Home (WFH) Furniture That Will Boost Your Productivity

Are you in the market for work from home furniture but you are not sure what to buy? Remember that WFH furniture should meet your personal requirements. For example, a good desk for you may mean having outlets for cables so that they don’t get tangled or disturb you at the sight of coils and tangles. In another example, a good chair for you needs to have excellent back support especially if you suffer from frequent back pains.

Well, if you’re still uncertain on the best WFH furniture for you, here’s our list of the Best Work From Home Furniture that will boost your productivity.


1) Husky Adjustable Height Work Table

The Husky Adjustable Height Work Table is actually a simple work bench, but it’s 62 in by 24 in work surface and adjustable height (using a manual crank) makes it a good and sturdy WFH desk, especially if you are planning to pack the desktop with your computer and accompanying paraphernalia, desk organizers and office supplies, and files. No worries of the work table collapsing under the weight because it has a load of 300 lbs. The four polypropylene metal casters will enable you also to bring the work table to any part of your house.

2) The Artifox White Oak Desk

Despite its simple design, the Artifox White Oak Desk is the ideal WFH desk for people who love their computers and gadgets. Why? Well, for one, the Artifox already has a built-in dock. All you need to do is just slip your smartphone and/or tablet or even a small whiteboard in the dock so you don’t have to worry about them falling off the desk. Next, it comes with a handy cable management grid. You just have to insert your cables into the grid so that they won’t get tangled or jumbled up. Last but not least, it has hooks to hang your bags and headphones so that they don’t clutter up your desk but remain in easy reach.

3) Ikea Micke Desk

If your problem is lack of space in your home, then the Ikea Micke Desk is the WFH desk for you. With a desk surface of around 41 by 19 inches, the Ikea Micke can be squeezed into small spaces for WFH. It has two drawers and deep cabinet for storing office supplies and files. There is also a cable outlet at the back of the desk so that your computer and other cables can stay out of sight.

Standing Desks

4) Uplift V2

The Uplift V2 has been consistently named the “Best Standing Desk” by the Wirecutter reviewers of the New York Times for three years in a row. Ergonomically designed, you can adjust its height with a single touch. It also has 48 threaded holes so you can easily attach all the devices, gadgets and accessories that you need while WFH.

5) Apex Desk Elite (large desktop)

If you are in the market for a large desk, then the Apex Desk Elite is the one for you. The desktop is 71 by 33 inches so there’s more than enough room to put your computer and all other WFH stuff. It has a powerful dual motor lifting system, enabling you to switch from a sitting desk to a standing desk with the use of a digital controller. Originally a separate item, the Apex Desk Elite now comes with a large cable management tray so that pesky cables can be kept out of sight and out of tripping distance.

6) Topsky Computer Desk

The Topsky Computer Desk is another standing desk with a large work surface at 55 by 23.6 inches. It also comes with multi-function shelf in which to store files, books, and all your gadgets and accessories. A removable Metal Grommet Hole Cable Cover helps to keep cables untangled and out of sight.

7) Corner Ryzer Standing Electric Desk by Progressive Desk

Are you stuck WFH in a tight corner with very little room for your stuff, much more move around? Then you can make more room for work with the Corner Ryzer Standing Electric Desk. This L-shaped desk is specially designed to create a wide work surface in any corner of your home. Don’t be deceived by its simple design. The desk comes with a remote control so that you can easily adjust the desk’s height and width for sitting or for standing. It also has a collision detection sensor so your desk doesn’t end up banging into something during adjustments.

Treadmill Desks

8) Unsit Treadmill Desk

For those who don’t want to stay glued to their seats, then the Unsit Treadmill Desk is the desk for you. Yes, it is a treadmill but it also comes with a standing desk. This means, that you can get a good workout walking or even jogging on the treadmill while you work. It is a bit pricey, but if you are mindful of the number of steps that you make in the day and want to be sure that you are burning off those extra calories then the Unsit Treadmill Desk is definitely for you.

9) Goplus 2-in-1 Folding Treadmill 

Let’s day you’ve already purchased a desk, but you want the health perks offered by the more expensive Unsit, your option is to buy a treadmill that you can slip under the desk so that it converts into a treadmill desk. A great solution for this is the Goplus 2-in-1 Folding Treadmill. All you need to do is unfold the treadmill and slip it under your standing desk and you’re good to go. Plus, because it does fold, the treadmill can be tucked easily into your cabinet.


10) Modway Articulate Ergonomic Mesh Office Chair

Some people have a love/hate relationship with mesh office chairs because they don’t believe that the mesh material could not provide adequate back support. However, this could not be said of the Modway Articulate Ergonomic Mesh Office Chair. The chair itself is ergonomically designed for proper lumbar support. The mesh at the back allows for sufficient breathing room for the skin of your back, especially during hot times. It is highly adjustable. You can not only adjust the seat’s height, but also the arm rests and it has a tilt lock system.

11) Herman Miller Aeron Chair

Anyone who is WFH will most likely have heard about Herman Miller, the company that specializes in chairs. Now, it is the go-to company for some of the best WFH chairs in the market today. Case in point is the Herman Miller Aeron Chair. It comes in three chair sizes so that you can find the chair that suits you. It also has Adjustable PostureFit SL pads for proper lumbar support and spine base stabilization. Last but not least, the mesh fabric keeps your skin cool and comfortable, no matter the climate. 

12) Brody Privacy Lounge Chair & Study Pod by Steelcare

Are you working from home but don’t have a dedicated room or workspace in which to do your job? You might want to consider looking into the Brody Privacy Lounge Chair & Study Pod. The Brody comes with a built-in side desk on which to place your laptop and a foot rest. The chair itself is designed to provide good back support. What makes the Brody a stand out though is that can come with an extension study pod, so that you have your very own little private cubicle in which to work in.

13) Work From Home Recliner by Little Nap

Little Nap’s Work From Home Recliner is not a regular office chair, but a real recliner with nifty extensions for WFH. A noted chair brand in India, the Little Nap Work From Home Recliner is made from fine leather and sturdy hardware, allowing for maximum comfort and back support while working. It has an extendable table on which you can place your keyboard. Your laptop can be clamped to an elevated stand on the right armrest with charging options. Slightly at the back of the right armrest is a touch sensor lamp. In addition, the Little Nap recliner comes with stationery holder and a discreet pocket for newspapers, magazines, or files.


14) Ikea Forsa Classic Work Lamp

Working from home needs good lighting. The Ikea Forsa Classic Work Lamp is one such lamp which you should consider because both the head and the lamp arm are adjustable. This means, you could just manipulate the joints on the lamp so that light can be directed easily on whatever you need to see or read very well.

15) Woods Clamp Lamp

If you lack the space on your desk for a good desk lamp, a better option is the Woods Clamp Lamp. The lamp comes with removable clamps and grips so that you can attach it to a desk edge, beam, or other fixtures without scratching or marring their surfaces. The good thing about the Woods Clamp Lamp is that you can take it anywhere in the house with you if you want to switch working to another room or in your garden.

These are our top choices for the best work from home furniture. Let these great furniture boost your productivity in this last quarter of 2021 and in the years to come.

If you’re looking for other resources on working from home, be sure to check out our Complete Guide To Working From Home to get you started!
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