Which are the best work from home desks? After last week’s post on how to set up a great home office, I noticed a lot of commenters noting that they were still working at their dining room table and getting tired of it. I happen to be on the hunt for a new desk for my son so I thought I’d do a hunt on desks for today!
Note that instead of picturing just a few desks, I’m mostly going to be picturing desks using widgets — please let me know if you have any problems seeing the widgets! Stores represented below include West Elm, Crate & Barrel, CB2, Ashley, World Market, and Target. Ikea and Room and Board wouldn’t work with my widget so there are a few text links to those as well.
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The Best Affordable Work From Home Desks If You Just Want Something Temporary
These desks are all under $200…
The Best Work From Home Desks If You’re Low on Space
I get it — tiny apartment, you don’t want yet another piece of furniture. Still, a proper desk has a lot of advantages over, say, your dining room table — including a dedicated place for your work stuff and the mental importance of having a separate place for your work. (Also, you may be damaging your dining room table — look into table protectors like this one.)
This one wasn’t working with my widget but is a gorgeous armoire desk (although definitely pricey).
The Best Work From Home Desks If You Just Want, Like, a Normal Desk
The Best Adjustable Work From Home Desks (Sit/Stand)
The Best Work From Home L-Desks
The Best Work From Home Desk/Shelf Systems
Ready to go all in? It’s easier than ever. Note that you can also look into custom carpentry if you’re willing to devote this much space to it!
Ladies, what type of desk situation is best for you? Have you bought a work from home desk recently — which one, and where?