Staples Celebrates National Work from Home Day by Giving Customers a Chance to Win a Dream Home Office Setup

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FRAMINGHAM – Staples announced the launch of the Find Your WFH Style Sweepstakes, an opportunity for consumers to enter to win one of three home office looks curated by Staples’ Work From Home (WFH) Style Squad.

For many Americans, the future of work is flexible, and certain companies across the country have announced their plans to allow work from anywhere. Just in time for a spring refresh, Staples and the WFH Style Squad are giving three lucky winners a chance to find their WFH style by winning one of the three looks, each valued at approximately $5,000.

To enter now through June 7, visit staplesconnect.com/FindYourWFHStyle and submit a photo of your current home workspace along with a brief description of why it’s in need of an upgrade.

“Home offices that were once a temporary fix have become permanent setups in the homes of hybrid and fully remote workers,” said Marshall Warkentin, Chief Marketing and Merchandising Officer, Staples US Retail. “Two-thirds of the workers Staples recently surveyed said they crave a more inspiring workspace, citing much-needed upgrades in the areas of comfort, organization, storage and lighting. As the hybrid work model continues to evolve in the U.S., the WFH Style Squad is here to help provide the inspiration for customers to spruce up their spaces and really make them feel like their own.”

The WFH Style Squad, mentored and guided by interior designer and builder, Jasmine Roth, is introducing three custom designed WFH office looks. Consumers can draw inspiration from each look:

  • Earthy Office Nook, designed by Matt & Beau, founders of Probably This, a DIY, home, and lifestyle blog. Inspired by nature and organic elements, Matt & Beau’s look incorporates natural textures, plenty of light and modern accessories.
  • Sunny WFH Hideaway, designed by Sharelle Rosado, founder and CEO of Selling Tampa’s Allure Realty. Inspired by the colors of the Tampa sunset, Sharelle’s look incorporates clean, white lines with pops of orange and yellow.
  • Modern Vintage Workspace, designed by Chelsea Henriquez, a New York City-based content creator and owner of Shop As of Late. Inspired by her thrifted treasures, Chelsea’s look is a modern twist on vintage florals and classic gold.

The Work From Home Style Squad has been working together since February to inspire hybrid workers and small business owners to reimagine their workspaces.

“I loved working with the Staples WFH Style Squad to create their signature looks — each brought a different feel to their space and incorporated pieces that inspire them and represent their personal styles,” said Jasmine Roth, interior designer and builder. “Staples has everything to help refresh workspaces as people rediscover what inspires productivity and joy.”

With a focus on the community of small businesses and consumers, Staples Stores provide innovative products, services and inspiration essential to the new ways of working and learning. Staples Stores and Staples Connect retail locations serve millions of customers from entrepreneurs and small businesses to remote workers, parents, teachers, and students. Explore Staples Connect at a local Staples Store or online at StaplesConnect.com.

Staples brings technology and people together in innovative ways to consistently deliver products, services and expertise that elevate and delight customers. Staples is in business with businesses and is passionate about helping businesses work better. Headquartered in Framingham, Staples, Inc. operates primarily in North America.

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