Built for Need: Gadget Furniture That Fits

In a move to combat clutter and create a more harmonious work space, furniture designers have conceived an innovative idea -- gadget furniture.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionIt could replace: Any computer desk with exposed power cords.
$1,530.00 to $1,935.00

A beautifully crafted "power player full of surprises and excitement," says Dianne Barham of Aspenhome, the Phoenix-based furniture company that makes the desk StoreCharge, a cool technology feature built into the hitch drawer, is actually a surge-protected power strip where you can store and charge multiple hand-held electronics. Another drawer conceals a laptop deck and mouse platform. Unsightly cords hide inside the hollow desk leg.

Pros: It’s available in eight different styles and finishes.
Cons: Not designed to accommodate non-laptop computer systems.