When shopping for office desks for the home or business, you'll encounter a variety of different shapes that are designed to serve specific purposes. From U shaped to L shaped, the type of desk you select will determine much about your functionality and overall versatility. In today's Design 101 post we'll share the important benefits of each of the 4 main shapes to help you select the perfect model for your interior.
U shaped office desks are commonly used in both home and business environments. This style of configuration is formed by using a main desk, return, and credenza. U shaped office desks provide ample work surface space and typically come standard with desk pedestals for organization. In many cases, U shaped desks from Mayline and Cherryman Industries commonly include overhead hutch units to help you maximize organizing space without taking up valuable floor space. U shaped desks work great in executive environments as well as corner office applications. As the largest option of the main desk shapes, you'll need the most square footage to accommodate a U shaped station effectively. Like with all office furniture, be sure to measure your space correctly before purchasing your new workstation. This will help you avoid a major headache and ensure a good fit!
There's not much you can't do with a good straight front desk. This user friendly shape can be used effectively along walls or in corner applications. Most of the best selling straight front desks on the market offer modular design characteristics that allow returns, pedestals, and credenzas to be connected with ease. The rectangular design of a straight front desk makes it the ideal choice for creating group workstations. Desks can be pushed together seamlessly to form configurations for multiple users. Brands like Global Total Office, Offices To Go, and OFM, Inc. all provide excellent straight front desk options for shoppers to choose from.
The perfect choice for your executive office makeover needs! Bow front office desks offer high end appeal and a luxurious look that's sure to impress. If you're looking to slide the front of your desk up against an office wall, a bow front model is not the best option for you. That being said, if you're looking to create a stunning interior that utilizes the desk as the main focal point, bow front models are the way to go! The curved work surface provides aesthetic appeal that's designed to look great from any angle. Bow front desks from brands like Mayline, Cherryman Industries, and Offices To Go can be expanded much like straight front desks. Returns and credenzas can be integrated easily to create more work surface space when needed.
If you're lacking the to accommodate a U shaped desk configuration and need more work surface than a stand alone desk can provide by itself, an L shaped desk is the perfect compromise. L shaped desks typically feature a main straight front or bow front station that connects to a return to provide additional work surface. The combination of these two parts creates the L shape. This popular desk style is commonly used in corner office applications and along walls to save space. Excellent L shaped desk solutions can be purchased in preconfigured sets from brands like Mayline, Offices To Go, and Cherryman Industries.
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