Choosing the best office furniture is about finding pieces that meet the demands of the kind of work you do. For some types of work, a small desk, printer stand and desk chair will be adequate, but if you often deal with papers, books and other materials, you'll probably need organizational furniture such as a file cabinet and bookshelves. Make sure that the furniture you buy contains enough drawers for your office supplies and that your desk is large enough to accommodate your papers, stapler and anything else you may be working with regularly.
Before buying office furniture, measure your available space and make sure that you can accommodate the pieces you're considering. If you're shopping for furniture for a home office, consider the aesthetics of the rest of your home and choose a style that you find attractive. If you have children at home, or if your office furniture will get lots of use, it's especially important to look for furniture that's sturdy and durable.
For more tips on choosing office furniture, check out our Office Furniture Buying Guide.