This article showcases our top picks for the ‘Computer Desks For A Corner’. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).
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This product was recommended by Ahmed Mir from Sip Coffee House
Mr Ironstone’s L-shaped desk is perfect for compact rooms. It comes in 3 different color options including a gold trim/ marble top combination which is both unique and gives a feeling of more space than other darker desks. It comes flat packed with everything needed to assemble it. This really is a stylish, easy to assemble, and value for money corner desk that I would highly recommend.
This product was recommended by Fred Blair from Awesome Hoops
This Vasagle L-shaped computer desk is good value for money and will work well for anyone looking for a corner desk of moderate size. It can fit 2 27 inch monitors easily and has a shelf which can be used for a PC tower or storage for books or papers. This is a sturdy desk with an attractive wood finish.
This product was recommended by Scott Broschart from All American Restoration
I live in a small 1920’s era colonial in Red Bank. NJ. Our home is spatially challenged and finding a desk to fit into a small bedroom office was a challenging undertaking. The MICKE corner desk from Ikea was neutral enough to fit into the traditional style of our home and provide enough desk space while not cluttering the room. Like any Ikea product, assembling the desk was quite the task, but having a functional desk that fit the room was well worth it.
This product was recommended by Jonathan Bass from Whom Home
A blank canvas. An open playing-field. A ton of potential. Spacious? Definitely. Adaptable? Sure. Dedicated? 100%. The Remote Worker desk is a wide open space with more flexibility than a liberal arts education. A steel base strong enough to boost any biz supports a solid wood desktop that can handle even the most rigorous of users. A workhorse that will live up its name.