Manage office equipment. When you're setting up your home office, make sure to keep computers, printers, fax machines and other equipment up off the floor. Machines sitting directly on the floor (especially on carpet) can be a fire hazard and are more likely to get tipped over and damaged. This office has a custom solution with pullout shelving underneath the desk. You can try this same concept with a store-bought cabinet with a shelf or big, deep drawers.
The coffeemaker starts from scratch with a built-in grinder, and it has a calibrated water dispenser and high-tech frothing features. The speed oven combines a microwave and convection oven in a compact size.
Traditionally used to store electronics, TV stands offer a touch of panache to many other spaces in your home. Craft a welcoming entryway vignette with a pair of bold lamps and an array of lush florals, or arrange a glittering array of decanters, glassware, and mixers in the parlor for a fully-stocked home bar.