Style Your Own
Regardless if it’s destined for your home or office, you’ll almost be thrilled to be working.
Our modular office pieces can be ordered in about any dimension you need.
The 5/8” thick drawers are dovetailed both front and back, sporting one piece drawer faces up to 8” tall.
Blum Smart Slides are utilized for smooth, quiet drawer movement and soft closing.
Concealed soft close hinges are standard.
Wood shelves are standard unless you order with LED Light System or LED Task lights. Optional LED lighting comes standard with glass shelves.
A convertible drawer in the desk — can be used as a pencil drawer or keyboard tray.
Left or right return.
Extra-heavy duty file drawers.
Adjustable levelers on base.
Includes pre-drilled holes and hardware for attaching units together.
Step 1 - Choose Style
All units are available in the eight styles shown in the PDF. It is important to make note of the dimension changes that may apply for that style.
SYO - Step 1 pdf
Step 2 - Choose Base Unit
If the standard sizes do not work for your space, no problem - just let us know your needs with a custom quote.
SYO - Step 2 pdf
Step 3 - Choose Top Unit
Select the door style and if applicable select the glass.
SYO - Step 3 pdf
Step 4 - Sketch the Layout
Indicate which end units are to be finished. Label the location of each cabinet to ensure proper alignment.
SYO - Step 4 pdf
The Beauty of tradition with intricate raised panels, classic hardware, and it can be dressed up with cherry or made more practical in wood such as oak.
SYO Classic Style pdf
Prairie Mission Style
Inspired by the prairie style defined by Frank Lloyd Wright. This collection brings timeless elegance to any home office.
SYO Prairie Mission Style pdf
Wood, Finishes, & Hardware
Select your Wood & Finish
And by "wood" we mean real wood. Not plastic or particleboard. See our showroom for actual samples to help you pick the right wood and finish.
Select Your Hardware
Nickle, brass, copper, iron, or wood. Burnished, brushed, polished, hammered, blackened, or weathered. So simple, we should call it "easyware".