Office desks must be utilitarian and at the same time blend well with the office environment. They must be subtle so as not to stand out within the offices confines. Most office desks are painted in subtle colors such as grey, black, blue, and white. However, modern offices have been known to experiment with their office furniture in both pattern and color, and hence newer office desks are much different than their earlier counterparts. Desks used in offices must be wide enough to hold several files and sometimes a computer. They must also provide lots of leg room for the person to sit comfortably. Office desks are made to be highly ergonomic as people sit at them for hours on end. Office desks may contain a few drawers which may have locking provisions. There are also hutches that can be affixed to the wall over the office desk. Hutches become very convenient to place important files and books of reference.
Beautiful Home Office Desks. The Liberty St. Ives Jr. Executive desk and chair is crafted from solid poplar and cherry veneers, with a cherry and chocolate finish. This 66 inch wide desk has cupboards and drawers with ball bearing glides, and a flip-down keyboard tray. It comes with a matching wooden swivel chair, unlike the more traditional armed chair of the Crown Mark desk that has an upholstered seat and back. The Crown desk is of a more tradition design in polished veneer. However, the first item of home office furniture that most people working from home will seek out is a computer desk. There are many different designs available, ranging from the traditional type of workstation, with space for a monitor and keyboard to a modular system that can expanded over time. The Aspen Home Young Classics range is a perfect example of this.
A quite private space for studying can be as dazzling as a handcrafted desk or as simple as a chair and TV table. The key is to make the study desk fun, intriguing and a place that emits personal style. Outline the needs and requirements of the one using the desk. A math-challenged "tween" might prefer a cubby with space for electronic gear such as iPod, computer and headphones. A bedroom is the usual place for such a desk because it has to be away from exterior temptations. A buzzer which could be heard in another part of the home could signal when help is needed with an assignment. Keep the door to the study area closed and patrolling the area from time to time could stop kitchen trips and unmerited diversions such as TV.
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