Home desk organization is simply the process of clearing up your desk from unnecessary items. You can place them on their proper places and preventing the build-up of mess. Heres an idea... you can even through or give things away. These are just simple but all too often neglected things you can do. The most common problem experienced by many is the endless stacks of paper that accumulate each day on their desk. Many of us have items scattering all over the place that seem to consume the entire workspace. Are you one those who has the habit of leaving tasks for another day? Do you pile unfinished paperwork and projects for later? Are you putting aside responsibilities that could have been done right away? If so, I bet right now you are also experiencing major clutter issues that you seemingly cant overcome.
The roll top desk has been around since the 1800s. With all the storage space within the desk it became a very popular item, packed with cubbyholes, letter boxes, shelving and drawers all in one desk. The defining feature was the roll down top that covered the desk area and often locked. This cover is made of a series of slats that smoothly roll along a frame in a sloping curve from the top of the desk to the desktop. Its still around today, but more in the form of a computer desk with space enough to house all the components of a desktop computer. It came out of Buffalo NY during the early 19th century. Highly functional the roll top desk became very popular when they were able to be mass produced. It evolved from several different styles of desks of its time. The Carleton house desk was the first type. It looked the same except that it lacked the roll top.
Another is the cylinder desk which did have the roll top but was smaller and stood on legs whereas the roll top desk is solid with all its drawers. It lost favor around the time steel desks became popular and by the time of computers it had nearly vanished, but it has seen a revival with the roll top computer desk and many older styles can be found in antique shops around the country. The computer desk is a replica and functions just the same with all the cubbies and shelves. It has room for a CPU and all the cords and even allows the CPU to breathe. The keypad fits on a roll out tablet that fits easily beneath the desk top. The monitor is generally set in the middle of the desk between two shelves. There can be room for CDs and DVDs, letter compartments that can store mail and other personal things. Some even have a filing cabinet that rolls out on a retractable shelf.
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