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Can a home office be organized and serious, but also cosy and inviting? Yes, it can! Known for their refined home furnishings, Bombay makes trad-style desks that have a warm, old-world vibe. (This blog post is sponsored by Bombay.)

Our favourites, below, add a genteel feel to any home office but would feel equally at home in an elegant living room or bedroom nook.

The graceful curves and delicate tapered legs of this desk make it a natural in many settings. Picture it in a large dining room, set up as a bar, or in bedroom, stacked with books and framed photos. The Shepperton Arm Chair makes a handsome companion.
 

Clean and compact, the Stanton Workstation has a place for everything. Open shelves on top help keep correspondence and bills tidy and within reach, while a separate drawer unit files papers out of sight.
 

The Stanton Office is a statement piece, with the same elegant design as the Workstation above but with ample drawer space and table surface – perfect for a serious home office and the person who works from home.
 

Inspired by classic Biedermeyer-style, The Richmond Office features a rich wood stain and elegant column legs on the desk. Though substantial enough for a designated home office, its delicate proportions make it a fitting addition to a living room or hallway.

To see the full collection, click here. Learn more about Bombay and get the scoop on their office sales event at Bombay.ca, plus check out their Twitter and Facebook accounts.

 

Photos: Bombay

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