Office Corner Desks are generally L-shaped desks that offer a large workspace to the user. They can stand alone – slot neatly into a corner of the office, be placed in the middle or off-center – or they can be assembled in pods that fit closely together thereby saving a lot of space. If installed as part of a pod, corner office desks can be fitted with desk-mounted screens, thereby creating a quieter, more private space to work.
Corner Office Desks Buying Guide
No office furniture item has changed more than the humble desk. The look, size, and features of desks have continuously changed over the years and have morphed into the modern, sometimes minimalist, and streamlined styles we have today. The desk was the forerunner to the corner workstation and today corner office desks are more popular than ever. Let us find out a little more about them.Whilst most desks have always been of a fixed height, sit/stand desks and corner workstations have steadily been gaining in popularity. More and more research confirms that our sedentary lifestyles and work habits are putting our health at risk. Many companies are now investing in height adjustable desks and corner workstations to combat the real issues associated with their workers sitting all day long.
A small slice of history
Office furniture has evolved greatly over the past century. In the early 1900’s offices were set up to service burgeoning commerce, shipping and retail industries. At that time, desks were crowded together into rooms or ‘offices’ and nothing much changed until the 1960’s. In the 1960’s a new approach developed alongside a new social awareness and desks were grouped together according to the work being carried out – clerical, sales etc. This made offices run a little more efficiently. The next major shift occurred in the late 1960’s with the introduction of screens and ‘cubicles’ or pods as they are known today.
Types of Corner Office Desks
1.Height Adjustable Corner Office Desks :
Height adjustable corner office desks are as diverse and varied as their fixed-height counterparts. They are available in all colors, sizes, and shapes. Some sports built-in cable trays to keep cords tidy, others have Bluetooth capabilities and rechargeable batteries to enable portability. There are options that have memory settings and electric push button controls for ease of use. Gone are the days of manually winding up your sit-stand desk, although some of these are still available at a lower price point.
2.Storage For Your Corner Office Desks :
Most workers today need some storage close to their desks. We recommend purchasing a mobile drawer unit that fits comfortably under the desk and provides excellent storage space for each individual person. Bookcases, storage cupboards, and credenzas are all very good options for shared storage in an office i.e. items can be stored here that everyone needs access to e.g. stationary, files, brochures, printer paper, etc. etc.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Again, there is no real difference in the functionality or the corner desk, just in the overall look. Straight desks can be turned into corner desks by the addition of a desk attached return. This combination will look slightly different to a corner workstation, in that you will sit at the desk and then have a ‘wing’ on either the right or left hand side. Whilst the look and feel is a little different, the added space afforded by the desk attached return is a big bonus and is usually very welcome.