For our December ancillary furniture picks, we focused on pieces that bring a modular and collaborative functionality to touch down spaces. These pieces help create multipurpose spaces that can be easily and quickly customized to accommodate a wide variety of needs.

Ancillary Furniture - Boost+ Ottomans by Carolina

Boost+ ottomans by Carolina

Available in a variety of shapes, colors, and textures, Boost+ ottomans provide a simple and modern solution for a variety of applications. With the option to be set on casters, the ottomans can be moved around any space with ease, making them the perfect solution for impromptu collaboration.

Ancillary Furniture - Flower Bentwood Table by Hightower

Flower Bentwood Table by Hightower

Available with white, black, or red laminate top and birch or walnut bentwood edge, the Flower Bentwood Table is a statement piece for any setting. The organic look and feel of these tables offers visual interest and the piece can be configured in an endless number of ways.

Ancillary Furniture - Aspetta Chair by Dauphin

Aspetta by Dauphin

The Aspetta by Dauphin is a casual lounge chair available on glides or with a swivel base and comes in a wide variety of upholstery options. The compact and sleek design can easily be incorporated into a wide variety of settings, and the ease of movement helps encourage people to engage and collaborate with one another.

Ancillary Furniture - Await Table by Coalesse

Await Table by Coalesse

The Await Table by Coalesse is the perfect solution for those seeking a temporary reprieve away from their workstations. These cantilevered side tables come in two different heights and the minimalistic design means these tables can be moved freely around any space as needed.

Ancillary Furniture - Magic Stool by Boss Design

Magic Stool by Boss Design

Providing a splash of color and visual interest to any setting, the Magic Stool by Boss Design is perfect for those seeking mobility and comfort. This vibrant stool comes in a variety of fabrics, leathers, and finishes to suit any environment.

Don’t forget to check back in next month for our top picks of January. Missed last month’s picks? Check them out here.

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