Working From Home? You need a Funky Retro Home Office!

Working from home doesn’t mean you have to compromise your retro styling; choose your desk, shelving and home office storage from our great 1950s/60s/70s designs to help you create an efficient vintage themed working space.

Beautiful and practical desks by reknowned designers like this simply A-MA-ZING teak and veneered desk designed by Arne Vodder (1916-2009). Teak veneered top fitted on anĀ  Afromosia frame and legs. Four drawers, shelf, and a very clever, sliding up-and-over desktop extends your working surface area.

Cute and compact work spaces like this teak veneered 1960’s Bureau with reed front detailing. Three useful drawers, and a drop-down front to create a desk area revealing internal sections for stationary.

Maybe you prefer to diguise your work space; this Beeanese Sapele Mahogany Desk/Sideboard would be perfect! You can tuck all your week’s work away out of sight for the weekend in this versatile piece; practical storage capabilities and style all in one package.

We also have a great collection of wall mounted storage and desk combinations from well known manufacturers such as Staples Ladderax, Tapley and a completely stunning teak modular storage and shelving system designed by Kai Kristiansen and made by Feldballe Mobler Denmark in the 1960s. It is rare to come across such a large selection being sold as one complete set.

Have a peek at our complete collection of Funky Retro Home Office online.


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Fabulous Upcycled Midcentury and Vintage Furniture, handfinished by Volunteers and Trainees
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