Home office furniture is mainly used for seating, mounting computer systems, and keeping important documents and files in safe store. Right from the corporate resources to students and even entrepreneurs tend to use them for an array of different purposes including attending online lectures, joining conferences, writing papers, reading books etc. Especially a steep surge in the trend of having nuclear families has accentuated the demand for portable stuffs, particularly the ones that are quite space-saving in nature. This factor has worked as the major driver propelling the market growth for office furniture in several ways.
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According to Allied Market Research, the global home office furniture market is projected to display a considerable CAGR from 2021 to 2030. Here, it’s worth mentioning that the outbreak of COVID-19 has had a mixed impact on the home office furniture market. As the reported cases started increasing, most of the countries across the world declared lockdown, especially in the initial phase, which gave way to distorted supply chain. At the same time, when consumer discretionary expenditure experienced a steep decline, and businesses also seemed to make out a shift toward more sturdy merchandises. However, on the other hand, through several engagement drives, manufacturers have now started reinforcing their e-commerce straits, thereby perking up consumer engagement on their web pages. This drift has proven to be highly beneficial for the market.
Simultaneously, the pandemic has given way to growing inclination toward “work from home” and “stay at home” orders. And, with this trend on board, the home office furniture market has reportedly gained huge traction in both the government and corporate spheres. As per the surveys conducted by several furniture rental companies, the work from home furniture segment beheld a considerable growth of almost two-hundred percent during the pandemic. Most of the educational institutes, corporate houses, and manufacturing units were brought down to closure in an attempt to deter the spread of the virus. Even, colleges and universities started online lectures to retain their operations.
This factor has fueled the demand for home office furniture among working population in the majority of countries. Even, the manufacturers of such furniture attained a steady growth in terms of revenue and sales. This trend is most likely to continue post pandemic as well.
The Milan Furniture Fair got on the go recently, and the subject of the event was getting used to life during the pandemic. A pool counter that coins into a dining slab, a bookstand that transmutes into a shaving breakfront and noise-canceling sheets to expedite working from home were a quite few ideas that were on the minds of displayers at the fair. After months mewed up at home, a lot of people have started renovating their apartments and houses into office spaces and schools, which eventually has bleared the lines between private and public spaces.
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