Description: Features: Desk with hutch. Louis Junior Executive collection. Dovetail construction. Slide out trays for printers and scanners. Flip down keyboard tray. Two flip drawers. Precision ball bearing drawer glides. Hutch with adjustable shelving behind two glass doors. Non glare adjustable ...
Description: Features: Coventry collection. Construction: Hackberry hardwood solid and ash veneer. Center drop front drawer with outlet power bar, removable pencil tray, ball bearing extension guides and wiring access cutouts. Two outside drawers constructed with dovetail and are mounted on ball ...
Description: Features: Beaver collection. Includes desk, return, corner table and bookcase. Contemporary style. Silver accent feet and legs on desks. Sleek, rectangular desk surfaces provide ample workspace.
"Ergonomic – Desk that is designed to reduce fatigue and discomfort
Keyboard Tray – A drawer that slides out for easy access to a computer’s keyboard
Wire Management – A desk that contains a backing with a hole to allow for wires and cables to be fed through for easy access to outlets
There's more to finding a desk than making sure it fits in your space. This guide covers the major things you need to think about when considering what kind of desk will work for you.
If you're putting your desk in a corner, think about an L-shaped desk to maximize your surface area. In a very large space a U-shaped desk is another great choice to get the most storage you can. For a rectangular desk, look for drawers, cabinets, and shelves sufficient for your paperwork and accessories. And don't forget to think about the material: classic wood, modern glass, or even elegant marble-topped desks are all available.