5 Best Home Office Desks

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BEST OF THE BEST
BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK
Bottom Line
With its spacious, L-shaped desktop, file cabinet drawer, 6 bookshelf cubes, and storage hutch, it provides a “place for everything, and everything in its place.”
The best value. An ideal investment for someone who wants a clean, practical work area without a lot of extra storage features.
Works well in smaller rooms and would suit a young child or an adult who prefers a smaller-scale work area.
Sturdy and spacious, this desk is a great place to spread out work but does not provide the shelving that some of the other models do.
This desk is definitely worth the price if you are going for a more professional, expensive look.
Pros
Its expertly crafted materials are engineered for durability and stability. Offers a file cabinet drawer and hutch with extra cubby storage.
Provides an astounding 67 inches of workspace which can accommodate up to four monitors.
Features under-the-desk keyboard storage and abundant cubicle shelving for books, office equipment, and knickknacks.
Earns our praise for its attractive design and sturdy construction.
Constructed of gorgeous, dark brown solid wood, exudes elegance and fine craftsmanship from every angle.
Cons
Weighs close to 400 pounds and is difficult to move after construction.
Does not have the bells and whistles of some of the more expensive desks.
At 35.5 inches, its work surface is on the smaller end, but its superior vertical storage capacity compensates nicely for this.
Must go in a corner because of its unfinished back.
If you're not looking to pay a premium for elegance, this may not be the desk for you.
BEST OF THE BEST
Preview
Bottom Line
With its spacious, L-shaped desktop, file cabinet drawer, 6 bookshelf cubes, and storage hutch, it provides a “place for everything, and everything in its place.”
Pros
Its expertly crafted materials are engineered for durability and stability. Offers a file cabinet drawer and hutch with extra cubby storage.
Cons
Weighs close to 400 pounds and is difficult to move after construction.
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BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK
Preview
Bottom Line
The best value. An ideal investment for someone who wants a clean, practical work area without a lot of extra storage features.
Pros
Provides an astounding 67 inches of workspace which can accommodate up to four monitors.
Cons
Does not have the bells and whistles of some of the more expensive desks.
More information
Preview
Bottom Line
Works well in smaller rooms and would suit a young child or an adult who prefers a smaller-scale work area.
Pros
Features under-the-desk keyboard storage and abundant cubicle shelving for books, office equipment, and knickknacks.
Cons
At 35.5 inches, its work surface is on the smaller end, but its superior vertical storage capacity compensates nicely for this.
More information
Preview
Bottom Line
Sturdy and spacious, this desk is a great place to spread out work but does not provide the shelving that some of the other models do.
Pros
Earns our praise for its attractive design and sturdy construction.
Cons
Must go in a corner because of its unfinished back.
More information
Preview
Bottom Line
This desk is definitely worth the price if you are going for a more professional, expensive look.
Pros
Constructed of gorgeous, dark brown solid wood, exudes elegance and fine craftsmanship from every angle.
Cons
If you're not looking to pay a premium for elegance, this may not be the desk for you.
More information

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