Crafting Your Office
If you are familiar with the Thos. Moser story, you will likely remember that our founder, Tom Moser, spent some of his most satisfying years in Academia, teaching at the University of Maine in Orono and at Bates College in Lewiston. No one understands the value of a beautiful desk more than a person with a passion for education. Given our studious leanings, we put our hearts and souls into producing desks that will not only be aesthetically appealing but will stand the test of time as they are put through their scholarly paces.
It was the renowned English critic John Ruskin who said, “When we build, let us think that we build for ever.” A look at some of our favorite desks, such as the Four- and Eight-Leg writing desks with their consummate attention to detail, proves that we take this level of commitment to quality as seriously as the beloved social thinker. As many of us move into careers that blur the boundaries between work and personal life, it is more imperative than ever that a home office reflects a sense of style as seamlessly as the other rooms in our homes.
Happily, that’s where we come in: even as we design specific pieces of furniture that will make dedicated additions to work spaces, we can also craft the accompanying elements that transform a room into an inviting place in which to work, whether in the home or at the office. March is Home Office month at Thos. Moser, so be sure to visit our web site for details
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As we salute those creatively driven individuals who trek to their desks every morning to pen the lines that we love to read, we leave you with this quote by William Wordsworth: “Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart.” If our desks of finely finished wood and supple leather become the foundations for your breathings, then we’ve done our job well!