Our home office desks are designed with simplicity in mind, these practical glass computer desks and wooden office desks are available in a selection of styles and available with free UK delivery.
It's not always easy to stay motivated when working from home. Which is why your home office desk needs to be both comfortable and attractive enough to keep you focused at your office desk.
When choosing a home office desk, you first need to decide on a style. Is the room quite homely, neutral, bright, minimalist, contemporary? Wooden home office desks are a popular choice as they can suit many different styles of home office decor. While a glass office desk tends to suit more of a contemporary home office. When you know what style of home office desk you want, you next need to think about size. The surface area might look like more than you need but if you need to fit a computer, two monitors and a stack of papers on top of it, that space can quickly shrink. Whereas if you know that the most that will likely be on the home office desk is a laptop and a cup of coffee, then you may probably have a better idea in your head of how big the surface area will need to be.
Having a cluttered desk can be stressful and unmotivating, so it's always better to go with a bigger desk with lots of space than a smaller desk where you will feel cramped. Many computer desks these days feature a pull-out keyboard tray to free up even more space on the work desk. If you tend to be surrounded by paperwork, home office desks with built-in storage compartments like drawers, shelves and cupboards can help you to keep organised when working from home. Corner home office desks also allow for more space and productivity, especially when teamed with a swivel chair, as you can keep the printer, scanner and fax machine all within reach.
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