Published at Thursday, March 22nd, 2018 - 21:17:08 PM. . By Yasmin Burden.
Desk, a table, frame, or case with a sloping or horizontal top particularly designed to aid writing or reading, and often containing drawers, compartments, or pigeonholes. The first desks were probably designed for ecclesiastical use. Early English desks derived from the church lectern were massive; after the development of printing, they gave way to smaller, portable chests with sloping lids—called writing boxes—some of which featured drawers and letter holes. The lids on most writing tables and also on the later writing cabinets (with drawers below and cupboards above) were hinged either at the front or back; those hinged at the front often were supported in a horizontal position by slides that could be pulled out of the framework, by hinged stays fixed inside the lid, or by a combination of both.
There's nothing worse than buying a new piece of office furniture only to realize your office is too small for it to fit properly. It can be very tempting to pick up a cheap desk from the local office supply store, however while these units are often inexpensive, they are usually made very cheaply and tend to break apart quickly. A design that works very well in a home office is a corner unit. These units tend to utilize every bit of space and even provide extra storage options which are useful when space is at a premium.
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