The Top-Rated Office Furniture

Marianne Hayes
January 24, 2020

Investing in office furniture is no small thing. U.S. companies spent roughly $12.6 billion on furniture in 2014, according to reporting by Reuters. The right furniture can set the tone for office life, serving as an extension of the culture. Companies that celebrate collaboration may opt for a cozy sofa in a common area as a way of fostering new relationships. Aesthetics also reflect the vibe, with funky designs and vibrant colors indicating playfulness and creativity.  

On the market for some new pieces for your own workspace? We went ahead and rounded up the top-rated office furniture the internet has to offer.

The most buzzed-about office chairs

The Steelcase Gesture chair is the Wirecutter’s top pick, primarily for its standout comfort, support and adjustability. The price tag will set you back about $1,000, but those who spend the majority of their days sitting may find it to be a worthwhile investment. 

Amazon swoops in for the win with a more budget-friendly option—the High-Back Executive Swivel Chair. Coming in at just over $111, this office chair has close to 5,000 reviews and a four-star rating, not to mention New York Magazine’s top pick for best-rated office chair. Users rave that it’s easy to put together and super comfortable. (Isn’t that all that matters?)

If you’re on the lookout for an ergonomic option, Herman Miller Aeron chairs stand out for their lumbar support and seat-angle adjustments. They’re currently going for $1,185 from the manufacturer, but come with a 12-year warranty.

The desks everyone’s talking about

Standing desks have gotten a lot of hype in recent years, and with good reason. They’re said to reduce heart disease risk and stave off obesity, among other benefits. You’ll find no shortage of models on the market. The Chicago Tribune calls out the Stand Up Desk Store’s Mobile Ergonomic Stand-Up Desk for it’s reasonable price point ($199) and spacious desktop.

If mobility is less important to you, a convertible standing desk may be more up your alley. These are traditional desks that can easily be pulled up to a standing desk. The Uplift V2 Standing Desk is a well-reviewed, tried-and-true option for $539. An ergonomic variation that features a front cutout will cost you $20 more.

Can’t-live-without office sofas

Office sofas come in many shapes and sizes. Whether you’re on the hunt for a sofa for your reception area or to fill a communal workspace, it goes without saying that comfort and durability are both nonnegotiables. This ruby red weave loveseat is an Amazon best seller that’s praised for its easy assembly, sturdy build, and overall chic look. It also won’t break the bank.

As far as single-seaters go, you can’t go wrong with a neutral leather. This ultra modern design has glowing online reviews that point to its comfort and functionality.

The best-reviewed conference tables

Conference rooms are gathering spaces used to brainstorm, connect, and problem solve, so an adequate conference table is a must. This standard rectangular set is among Wayfair’s best-reviewed models. A big selling point is that it’s actually comprised of six smaller tables that you can configure anyway you like, providing ultimate versatility. For something less generic, this most-loved set has a farmhouse feel that pairs well with a variety of seating options.

Selecting office furniture doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Let your company culture be your compass. Office design should be something that helps communicate who you are and what you value—have fun with it!

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