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West Elm Workspace: Office Furniture & Accessories
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West Elm is diving into the office furniture arena with an exclusive 75+ piece collection created in collaboration with Inscape. The in-house team at West Elm designed the stylish series that’s broken up into four collections including: mid-century, modern, industrial, and contemporary. West Elm Workspace aims to fill the void in the marketplace by offering affordability, flexibility, comfort, and style, while bringing a residential vibe to the office.

The beauty of the collection is that the majority of the pieces will be manufactured in North America and many of them utilize environmentally friendly practices and materials. Upholstered pieces feature high-performance fabrics by Designtex for added durability.

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The Mid-Century collection was inspired by the golden age of office design in America with distinct details like walnut veneers, beveled edges, and antique bronze finishes.

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The Modern collection features easy to clean, white laminate surfaces paired with pecan finished ash accents.

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The Industrial collection utilizes steel frames with warm oak to give a workshop-crafted feel.

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The Contemporary collection offers flexible solutions depending on how you work and has modular options to customize your workspace.

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Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.