It’s important to keep your wrists and arms in a good position when typing. This ergonomic wrist rest from Wood Design by Elliot uses a laser-cut living hinge to form its curved and semi-flexible body. It sits on rubber feet to prevent slippage and can be ordered in a variety of keyboard widths.
THE BEST Desk Accessories
While it might be a while before you get back to working in your office, you can always start decorating your desk at home as if it was your cubicle. Remind others that there is an “m” and an “e” in “team” with this engraved desktop nameplate from Meriwether, who also makes the perfect e-mailer’s coffee mug.
Keep your desk nice and tidy with Abovus‘ smartly-designed contemporary desk organizer system. Its base modules feature V-shaped ridges which can be used for loose pens and pencils, while modular cork components hold everything from phones to paper clips to tiny plants. Available in individual pieces or complete sets.
Olson Form makes high-end desk accessories, milling components from 6061 aluminum alloy. The set includes a phone stand, business card holder, bolt action pen, paperclip bowl, pen holder, money/paper clip, coaster, spinning top, letter opener, and a cable weight. In black or silver, with a grooved or straight edge.
Just because you’re working from home doesn’t mean your desk should be a mess. Urban Minimalist’s smart looking desk organizer has spaces for your phone, pens, pencils, business cards, and everyday objects. It’s made form cast concrete and has a recycled cork bottom to protect surfaces from scratches.
Orbitkey’s portable desktop organizer helps declutter your workspace, while keeping everyday items easily accessible. Its top serves as a tray for phones, wallets, and watches, while its lower section has space for cables, chargers, business cards, pens, and other things. It’s also got a built-in wireless Qi charger in its lid.