Friday, November 22, 2013
In these fast-paced and modern times, technology has adapted to our lifestyles, and we can now bring our work with us anywhere we go, including at home.
Most of us have personal computers at home, whether for actual work or just browsing the internet and catching our favorite TV shows online. Similarly, most of us also need a workspace at home, where the office desk is the primary investment.
Shopping for desks can be quite a challenge, especially since there are a lot of things to consider.
The size and layout of your home office will matter in deciding on the size and shape of your desk. If you have a big office, you may opt for a fun, irregular shaped desk to be placed in the middle of the room as a focal point, or a massive and formal desk fit for an executive. Just because a desk has to do with work, it doesn’t have to be utilitarian and boring. Pick out a desk style that will complement your office interiors.
If you don’t have an actual office and just need a desk to put on one side of your bedroom or kitchen for instance, you would need a smaller desk and built-in storage system flushed against one wall. Hutch desks and secretary desks, for example, provide overhead shelving while keeping the bottom area free for comfortable leg space.
Establish the kind of work that you need to do on your desk. Do you need more desk space to accommodate a desktop computer, or is it just for sorting mail and bills? How much storage do you need? How big is your computer screen? Would you need a pullout table for your keyboard and mouse? These are just some of the points you should consider in shopping for a desk. - Aislinn Kee