The right desk helps you create a space that makes it easier to work, study, or engage in your hobby. We’ve got desks for home use in many styles and designs, even standing desks. Short on space? Need more storage? Go for a desk with storage and built-in shelves. Stuck in a corner? We’ve got corner desks to fit there too.
Your home desk is an incredibly versatile piece of furniture. And it has to put up with a lot. Maybe you're working long hours on the computer with stressful deadlines. Or you might be spending a lot of time gaming with your friends, working hard to level up. Perhaps you’re a persistent student, needing room for school books and notepads. And on top of all that, you might want a workspace for your hobbies as well, be it scrapbooking or painting miniatures.
In other words, choosing the right desk is crucial. Luckily, we’re here to help you out!
Smaller desks are best suited for smaller spaces. But they can be used in ways that make them incredibly surface-efficient. Take corner desks, for example. Awesome if you really want to use your space to the max. And if you want to hide the home office desk when not in use, we have a great tip: put a curtain or blind above it. That way, when you’re done, you can just pull the curtain and poof! The whole desk is gone. And folding desks can give you even more space. This, since they can simply be folded away when you're done!
A larger home desk is perfect in bigger homes where you need a lot of workspace. If you have a dedicated home office, you can go for a big desk that becomes the focal point of your room. If you’ve got a large desktop computer tower, check out a desk with a contoured tabletop and adjustable shelves for storage. Either way, it’s great to be able to fit everything you need within arm’s reach, from computer and keyboard, to notepads and coffee cups.
Larger desks also often have storage for all your work stuff, so you don’t have to look at that mess all the time. And another great thing: you often get more legroom if the desk is larger. Quite a benefit if you’re spending many and long hours behind it.
If ergonomics is more your thing, we recommend that you look into one of our height-adjustable desks. Great if you have a sedentary job. Set a timer on your mobile and switch from sitting to standing at 45-minute intervals. It’s good for your back and you get a better posture at the same time. Provided you are standing properly and not slouching, of course.
There are other smart things you can consider having for your desk as well. A monitor stand, for example is a great way to raise the screen a bit, especially if you have a laptop and a fixed home computer desk. Perhaps you want a holder under the desk that keeps all the cables in place, or holes in the corner to lead the cords down to the floor.
And let’s not forget about the desk chair! It’s just as important for your working position and posture as your home computer desk. In our range, you’ll definitely find one that is kind to both your back and your wallet.