Good Questions: Rolling, Stowable Home Office Caddy Solution?

Good Questions: Rolling, Stowable Home Office Caddy Solution?

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Maxwell Ryan
Apr 4, 2007
Hello AT, I work from home, in a relatively small apartment in nyc where my desk takes up a large portion of our living space. In trying to make things more multifunctional I am replacing my desk with a dining table, so I can move my work away at the end of the day. In order to do this I am looking for some sort of movable filing cabinet / cart. Ideally I would like it to hold my printer, files and telephone (so I can wheel it along and plug it into an outlet), with space to house all the other desk essentials like pen, notepad etc...

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PearsonLloyd designed something called Homer for Knoll in the 90’s (a kind of hot desking solution) but the closest I can find now is the attached from Muji (at MoMA), but it’s just too small, and a little open and “on show”. Our interior is quite minimalist with several mid century pieces. Any ideas for other carts / systems? Thanks!! Andy Dear Andy, Very good question. We wish we could turn up something that was woody and a little more homey so that it blends into your dining room or wherever else it goes, but these are our best picks. Consider this a starter list only: kartell oxo computer cart Anna Castelli Ferrieri's Componibili Storage Units Hive has a couple more interesting things Levenger also can be a good source for flexible home office solutions
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