In this post we are taking a look at large and/or clever desks that offer lots of space for all of your work, study or hobby needs; if you prefer a more minimalistic route then be sure to check out our previous article on modern minimalist computer desks for some slightly more streamlined designs. This workspace inspiration gallery offers up some ideas that are superbly weird, and some that are just plain wonderful, so let's get started!
We kick off our collection with this pretty DIY number that began life as an extremely dated brown hutch. With a lick of paint (and a good dose of creativity) the old piece has been transformed into an item fit for this glamorous home office space; read the whole story behind it at the link above.
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This masculine desk commands respect.
A built-in solution can be appealing to those with an irregular shaped space to fill, such as an alcove or a bay-window.
An 'off-the-peg' L-shaped desk works great in most corners of the home, and looks good freestanding too.
If there are two family members that work from home, this dual sided desk is a compact and tasteful choice.
For those who have a lot of files to find a home for, then wall units like this are a must. To keep the look neat and cohesive, choose a long desk like this one to go underneath the wall units, so that they do not overhang the edge of your work surface.
This designer desk adds a little wow factor. Advertisement
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