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  • Writer's pictureJoanna Drukker

The Best Desk for Your Home Office | Metro Detroit Realtor

Working from home has its perks. You can kiss your long commute goodbye, dress comfortably, and you’re never far from a snack or a cup of coffee. But one thing you may miss if you don’t have a dedicated home office is…your desk.

While it’s tempting to work from the comfort of your couch or even while propped up in bed, after a few days, or hours, you may find that your back, neck, or wrists hurt. Having the right desk can help eliminate a multitude of maladies. Whether you prefer to sit or stand, or don’t have much room for additional furnishings, there’s a desk that’ll suit your needs.

Take a look at the following options in office furniture and then get back to work comfortably.

Floating desk with storage

Just pull up a chair and you’re good to go with a floating desk. This workstation doesn’t require much square footage, yet it gets the job done. With cubbies for storage, you’ve got everything you need right at your fingertips.

Wall-mounted desk

If you’re short on space, consider a wall-mounted desk that doubles as a table, shelf, or even a serving station for your next gathering. Choose the length that best fits your room and your work needs and you’re ready to get right to work.

Lap desk

A lap desk is ideal for the worker who doesn’t want to be tied to one location. Easily transportable, a handy lap desk lets you do your job just about anywhere. Choose one with cushions that support your wrists. Plus, you won’t miss the feeling of your laptop singeing your thighs when it heats up.

Standing desk

Studies have found that sitting all day is bad for your health. Not only does it put you at risk for high blood pressure and rising cholesterol levels, it can also leave you feeling stiff and uncomfortable at the end of the day. A standing desk can eliminate these concerns. You may even feel more alert and, dare we say, on your toes all day long.

Biking desk

Talk about getting your wheels turning! If you’ve been struggling to fit exercise into your work day, you’re out of excuses. Burn some calories while taking care of business. Depending on the model you choose, you can roll it up for easy storage when it’s quittin’ time!

L-shaped corner desk

If you do your best work with more than one monitor, you’ll benefit from an L-shaped corner desk that offers you plenty of space without taking over your room.

Adjustable height desks

If your home is a bit of a co-working space and you’re bound to have someone else using the desk, consider one that allows you to adjust the height so each person can sit at just their ideal level.

The right desk pairs functionality with style. While you might not always be in the mood to work while you’re at home, having a comfortable and convenient spot where you can get down to business makes tackling your tasks a bit easier to bear.

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