Home office furniture in limited space should be functional and attractive - Cleveland Plain Dealer writes about Caretta Worksp

Home office furniture in limited space should be functional and attractive: The Cleveland Plain Dealer covers Caretta Workspace

March 12, 2014

In the March 9th, 2014 edition of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, an article titled Home office furniture in limited space should be functional and attractive, journalist Jill Sell examines Caretta Workspace and some of the new products that they are offering, including the new line of stand-up desks.

         What if you could find a stand-up desk that was ergonomically correct, made by an Ohio company with          wood from managed Ohio forests, and so well made and beautiful that it will become a family heirloom?          Caretta Workspace is a home and small office furniture designer and manufacturer in Lewis Center in          Delaware County that offers all those possibilities.  

She goes on to discuss some other attributes of the Caretta line, such as the ability to add custom laser-engraved panels and the green aspect of the company, including the donation to the Save the Sea Turtle Fund with every desk sale.

      The desks can also be personalized. A “modesty panel” on the front of the desk can be lasar-engraved       to show the logo of a company or any other name. The panels are easily interchanged if the owner       decides to remove the name of his company and trade it for a symbol of a hobby or interest.
      “One of our home office customers was really into a band and had the band’s logo on the desk. The       desk was in his music room where records lined the walls,” said Tracewell. “Another customer, a horse       enthusiast, wanted a picture of a horse engraved.”
      In addition to desks, the company offers a line of tables, LED desk lamps, file cabinets, bookshelves       and coat trees. Most products are made from cherry wood, but ash is also available on some furniture.

You can read the entire article at the Cleveland Plain Dealer website, or by clicking This Link.

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