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1. A felt letter board for leaving little reminders like "You got this ✨" or "TAKE A DANG BREAK!" when you're having a busy-as-heck day in your home office-meets-living room.
Each letter board comes with 300 letters and characters.
Promising review: "i love this letter board. It fits perfectly on my desk and everyone loves coming over and changing the phrases. The letter and number selection was plentiful and I have not run out of letters yet. It even comes with punctuation and various symbols (like $, #, &, and many others). Great purchase for the price." —Ashley
Get it from Amazon for $19.95+ (available in four sizes and 27 colors).
2. A foldable desk because even if you don't have the space for a home office, it will fit perfectly in a corner and fold up if you don't want it on display. No more slumping over your laptop while you try to work from your bed or the couch.
It also has shelves and a bottom drawer for additional storage.
Promising review: "Just what I needed in a small space. I have my laptop on it and basic office supplies in the drawer and the space provided on the wall. When not in use, it's attractive closed." —Wayfair Customer
Get it from Wayfair for $127.99.
3. Cable clip organizers for the annoying cord mess taking over your tiny desk. If you're done dealing with tangled chargers, we hear you, and these little gadgets will be a big help for taming tech wires!
Place these directly on your desk or the side of a cabinet for a trip-free tech zone.
Promising review: "These clips are great for keeping your cables from cluttering up work and living spaces. In addition to my desk at work, I have these all over my house, next to bedroom nightstand, home office desk, kitchen island, living room tables, and even on a table on my back patio. So simple, but genius. They adhere and stay put without issue. Phone cables slide in and out easily as needed, yet stay secure behind the flexible rubber lip with regular use and pressure." —J. Post
Get a pack of six from Amazon for $6.96.
4. Or these pretty cable organizers that'll ~work~ with your desk decor and keep your MacBook charger, smartphone charger, and tablet charger in a tidy formation.
Brighttia is a small business based in Brooklyn, New York that sells cool industrial lighting and office accessories.
Promising review: "I ordered two of the gold cord holders and I am very happy with them. They are easy to install and look stylish on my desk. Form and function, the best of both worlds." —Etsy Customer
5. And this row of cut-up books, because with it, you won't have to put up with the less-than prime view of your Wi-Fi router, tangled monitor wires, and charging cords. This piece of decor will cleverly hide all your e-clutter so you can answer emails and hop on video calls in a neater WFH space.
Here's how it's made: The spines of the books are attached together and have all the pages and covers cut out of them, except two covers on the ends. You can customize how long you would like it to be and choose a color scheme.
Covogoods is a small business based in Utah that specializes in hidden storage and home decor goods.
Promising review: "Wonderful!! We spent the past month remodeling our living room, but we didn't account for how AWFUL the cable boxes and modem were going to look on our beautiful new shelves. Saw this and had to have it! Covogoods not only communicated quickly with me, but was EXTREMELY accommodating in my requests. Turned out exactly how I envisioned it, and dimensions were spot on! No more ugly cable boxes and wires!" —Lindsey Martinez
6. A comfy lap desk you'll want to use if your WFH area *is* the couch and you don't feel like pulling up a table for your laptop. Nestle your back on a pillow and take advantage of this essential's tech-friendly features, like a built-in mouse pad, smartphone slot, and a device ledge that'll prevent your laptop from falling off.
Promising review: "With me working from home, I sleep late and wake up just in time to log into work. This has been perfect; I get this on my lap in bed and start working. I love the little bump for the laptop that allows me to shift positions without laptop sliding off." —Amazon Customer
Get it from Amazon for $39.99 (available in six colors).
7. A standing desk converter so you can stretch your legs *and* comfortably type during the work day. The height is fully adjustable, plus there is plenty of room for a monitor, laptop, mouse, and keyboard. When you're done, simply collapse it and put it away.
Reviewers love this WFH essential because you can basically turn any location at home, whether that's a kitchen table or bedroom vanity, into a temporary work station without a complicated setup.
Promising review: "This desk adapter is just what I needed in my work from home space! It was so easy to assemble and feels very sturdy. I’ve seen other products like this that you have to crank, but this is an easy to use lever that requires minimal effort. I also like that it can go flat on the surface. When I’m done with work for the day, I slide my Flexispot right in the closet, and my desk is back to being my vanity! It’s perfect for our apartment lifestyle where every inch counts. Also, after two days of use, I can already notice a difference in my back, neck and shoulders. Very ergonomic. Can’t recommend this product enough!" —Russell Thistle
Get it from Amazon for $119.99+ (available in 28", 30", 32", 35", and 42" and four colors).
8. A gel-enhanced seat cushion because your lower back and bum deserve some love during the workday. It helps reduce pressure on your tailbone, so you can improve your posture and sit comfortably in a chair.
Promising review: "I am a college student and I spend several hours each day sitting on uncomfortable chairs in my apartment reading and writing. I began to have pain when sitting, so I ordered this. It is absolutely wonderful. It takes the pressure off of my coccyx area and I am finally comfortable and pain-free!" —Amazon Customer
Get it from Amazon for $45.95 (available in three colors).
9. A cute boba tea light that'll ~brighten up~ the coffee table you're using as a hub for your laptop, planner, and basically every other remote work essential.
10. A waterproof desk mat to protect your compact WFH station from scuff marks, scratches, and the occasional spill. It'll cover the top of your desk and be the perf colorful addition to your monitor setup.
Promising review: "My work laptop has a stand on the back and I was worried it would scratch up my new desk. So I purchased this light-pink pad protector to protect my desk and to add a soft pop of color. I love it! It’s just the right size and it’s not too overwhelming or bulky. The material is soft and comfortable. Very pleased with my purchase!" —Brandy B
Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in three sizes and 16 colors).
11. A bamboo charging dock for gadgets that need to be powered up constantly. Tablets, smartphones, Apple Watches, and AirPods can all be juiced up at the same time. Gone are the days you need to hop on a call or send a message only to discover that your device is out of battery.
It comes with two lightning cables, one USB charging cable, and one type-C cable to charge up devices. Plus, it only uses one wall plug, which is great if you're trying to minimize e-clutter around your workspace.
Promising review: "I bought this charging station to use on my desk now that I’m working from home to charge my three phones, tablet, Apple Watch, and AirPods, and it’s been so helpful and awesome. It keeps my Apple Watch secured and I can utilize various charging cables (provided by seller) for my different devices! The bamboo is great quality, too — sturdy but smooth. Would recommend this to those looking to simplify their charging uses!" —Julie
Get it from Amazon for $38.24.
12. Compression gloves to help keep your hands comfy while you work from home. You'll appreciate these accessories if you're typing on a laptop and tend to get achy fingers. Slide 'em on and you won't say "OUCH" every time you hit the space, delete, or return keys.
Promising review: "I work from home and type all day. Although I don't think I have full blown arthritis, my hands are usually cold in the morning and my joints do ache a bit until they warm up! The gloves are breathable, but add a small layer of insulation that helps warm my joints faster! These gloves absolutely helped ease the discomfort, and having open fingertips helps so I don't lose tactile function while wearing them!" —Eric
Get a pair from Amazon for $12.97 (available in three sizes).
13. An adjustable rolling desk because it'll actually give you options when it comes to a WFH spot. A plush couch? Done. A well-lit reading corner? Done. This space-saving baby is fully adjustable (you can move it up and down) and has wheels on the bottom, so you can place it wherever you want.
Promising review: "I love this table! I finally have a place to work in my small apartment, and I can lower it to become a side table when I'm not using it for anything else. It is slightly slanted forward, which makes working from my couch easy — important since I don't have a desk chair. Sturdy and easy to put together once you know what you're doing. Hint: The wheels screw into the end plugs. Didn't notice this at first and spent the better part of five minutes trying to remove the nut." —J. Ward
Get it from Amazon for $62.80+ (available in six styles and eight colors).
14. Or this rolling desk bike so you can squeeze in some cardio while you WFH. It has a stand for your laptop, so you can pedal and type emails at the same time. Save some space and buy this piece of equipment that doubles up as a place for you to type, write, and hop on calls.
See it in action on TikTok here.
This rolling desk bike has eight resistance levels, so you can easily customize your workout while you sit and complete work-related things.
Promising review: "I bought this desk because I have been working from home and it's freezing outside, so I haven't been able to walk as much. This is perfect for me! You can adjust the resistance level from extremely easy to where you don't even notice you're pedaling to way more resistance where it feels like a workout. If you have it at -1 it almost feels like you're coasting. I keep it between 2–4 (goes up to 8+) while working for some resistance but to where I can still concentrate without thinking about pedaling. I have also used this while journaling, online reading, and watching TV." —Amazon Customer
Get it from Amazon for $479.99 (available in two colors).
15. Powerbeats Pro wireless earbuds because you can easily tune out your fur baby's barking, footsteps, and neighborhood traffic. You won't have to be like "sorry can you please repeat that again?" whenever you're on a Zoom call in your bedroom, living room, or kitchen.
Listen to music, podcasts, and calls for up to nine hours at a time! Plus, they make it easy to be hands free while you're working (as described in the review below).
Promising review: "I bought these specifically because I was starting to work from home and need to be hands free to also type on my computer while talking on the phone. I am IN LOVE with these headphones. Worth the money. My son even loves them and he always has a hard time finding earbuds to fit in his ears." —Traci Alspaugh
Get them from Amazon for $199.95 (available in six colors).
16. Adjustable shelves just begging to organize your messy desk. Get everything from your tiny succulents to your textbooks organized in minutes thanks to this storage structure that's *chef's kiss* perfect for your small-ish work space.
Promising review: "I didn’t really measure my desk correctly and let’s just say this surpasses my expectation for storage. Though I had to give up an extra compartment and slide the two pieces together rather than spread out like in the picture, it still offers a great amount of space for my school books. The color is an off-white eggshell type. Looks beautiful and minimalistic." —Emma
Get it from Amazon for $25.99+ (available in four colors).
17. A compact ergonomic chair that literally ~has your back~ thanks to a supportive structure and sponge material. Your spine, tush, and shoulders will feel *amazing* during your WFH time.
Promising review: "So far so good, the chair fits perfectly into the limited 'office area' that I have allotted for in my apartment. It was meticulously packed and the instructions were easy (at least for me) to follow. Assembly went reasonably well, it took a little maneuvering to line up the seat with the frame to insert the connecting bolts but it worked out. (hint: line up the rear seat holes to the frame first). I’m not tough on furniture so I expect this chair to last. The chair, once assembled is comfortable, provides ample support to the back, and is certainly worth the money." —AFVet
Get it from Amazon for $29.98+ (available in eight colors).
18. Or a velvet desk chair, because you'll feel a little fancy while you're all curled up with a cup of coffee, a laptop, and your mini side table during work hours.
Promising review: "I put it together in like 10 minutes. Very comfortable. Wanted to use in my other area for extra seat near couch, but I liked it so much I put it for my work from home desk area. Great to sit for long periods not too hard and not too soft. Got another chair with ottoman for that spot." —Yelena Tsurkan
Get it from Amazon for $155.99+ (available in 29 colors).
19. Orrrrr this foldable desk chair that'll take up minimal space and be comfy to sit in. You can adjust the seat height and tilt position, plus it easily folds up and fits under a desk when you're not using it.
Promising review: "Why didn't furniture designers think of this sooner? Since the pandemic, I've had to turn part of our bedroom into a pop-up office for working at home, and this chair serves us perfectly. By day, I can work in comfort, but when my husband needs to maneuver around his side of the bed, I can fold and stash." —SF Steph
Get it from Amazon for $99.99 (available in two colors).
20. A chic desk organizer so you can easily find pencils, pens, sticky notes, paperclips, and squishy stress balls whenever you need them. Plus, there's also a roomy top compartment for mail that's currently taking over your coffee table/"home office."
Promising review: "I had to buy a desk due to teleworking and I decided to go with rose gold accents. I bought this organizer and it still remains one of my favorite things I've bought! It's big enough to hold a bunch of pens, Post-It notes, notepads/notebooks and more. I also love that it doesn't take up much space while still holding a ton. Well worth it!" —Mandy
Get it from Amazon for $21.97 (available in four colors).
21. A gorgeous tapestry for the wall above your sofa or anywhere you can gaze on it when you need to give your eyes a break from scrolling emails. It'll go with all of your furniture and transform your fave seating area into a chill sanctuary.
22. A clip-on ring light that'll give you professional-quality lighting for video calls in any WFH setting. Even if you're in a really dark room, this little gadget will make you appear brighter and easily attaches to a computer monitor or smartphone.
This little gadget has three brightness levels (low, medium, and high) for your filming/photographing needs. Reviewers also like it for creating content in the evening or nighttime when there's little or no sunlight.
Promising review: "With all of the meetings I'm involved with now, I needed better lighting in my home office so that I didn't look so washed out on screen. This little guy works really well. It has three levels of brightness to choose from and it clips onto the side of the computer monitor, which I like a lot because I can place it whereever I want to get the best lighting. Only downside is the length of time the light will last once unplugged from the USB port. I've found on the 3rd light setting (high) it will last about an hour or so before I need to make sure it's plugged back into the port. However, for the purpose I wanted to use it for, it works well." —Traci
Get it from Amazon for $13.99.