Desks for Offices Large and Small

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No matter if you work on a laptop or a desktop computer in a small or large space, there’s a high style desk with your name on it. It’s just a matter of finding the workstation that will coordinate with your lifestyle in the office. To get you started, here’s a small sampling of the options available to offices big and small.

Laptop desks for large spaces. If you’re fortunate enough to have a large open space to work in and you do most of your work on a laptop, then we recommend taking advantage of that space and getting a large desk to match. Parker House's Boca Writing Desk, for example, is large enough for you to have plenty of room to work on, but it also has a simple elegance to it that’s quite beautiful. The wonderful thing about laptop and writing desks is that they have minimalistic legs that create more visual space, making your office appear lighter and more open.

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Laptop desks for small spaces. If you’re not so lucky to have a large space to work in but you still need a designated area at which to get your job done, then fear not. Smaller laptop desks like the Altra Parsons Desk take up very little room, so you’ll be able to stick them just about anywhere. Keep in mind that small laptop desks rarely come with much storage, though there are options with center drawers for you to keep small items. You may want to save some space in your office for shelving and storage. Like their larger size counterparts, compact laptop desks have a leg base design that can open up the look of your space and actually make it appear larger than it is.

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Desktop desks for large spaces. Although laptops have become common tools in the workplace, many office workers still use desktop computers on a regular basis due to the nature of their work. If you’ve got the space for a large desk, then we recommend choosing a u-shaped desk like the Highland U-Desk from Emery Park. U-shaped desks provide tons of work surface space, meaning you’ll be able to keep your computer on one part of the desk while maintaining paperwork on another side and leaving yet another return open for holding meetings with co-workers.

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Desktop desks for small spaces. For those who have a smaller office to work with, we recommend going with a desk that won’t take up too much of your precious floor space. The Pro Linea L-Desk from Bestar has an l-shaped design which makes it easy to tuck into a corner, keeping it out of your way and maximizing the amount of room you have to work with by taking up space that may otherwise go unused. You may also want to select a desk that comes with a hutch, allowing you to utilize more vertical space and less floor space.

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