Front office desk are one of the most important parts of many business life-they are there where we spend eight to 10 hours a day, 5-6 days a week. The right design for an office desk is therefore very important to maximize our time spent working at the desk, making it comfortable, functional and aesthetically pleasing all at once. A range of styles are available from L-shaped pieces to the counter with hutches for old-fashioned antique options with lock drawers. Think about your material. Standard front office desk are usually metal laminates, but if you want an executive style desk, then wood, ceramic top, leather inserts and glasses are all options. Consider placing the desktop. If it’s going to face a wall, then the front of the table and the front edge of the table should be flat and do not have to have any design features. A receptionist or executive desk will be available from the front, so panels should be considered in advance.
Front office desk design, consider your storage needs. If you need to have a lot of paper files on hand, a built-in file cabinet on one or both sides of the table can maximize under-space on the desktop while providing hidden storage. A desktop rack can also store easily accessible-think about adding doors to shelves to keep the desktop feeling organized. Desk drawers are standard in most desktops, with three being the most convenient number for easy access while the remaining sitting at the desk.
Decision on the size. Desks are generally between 28 and 30 inches high, but the width and length of the table are determined by your specific needs. Most front office desk need space for a computer as well as for paperwork, so at least 24 of 36 inches should be considered. Consider your computer needs. A keyboard tray is an important addition to keeping your keyboard at a comfortable height, and you will also have an under-desk hutch for the CPU, as well as a cable hole or hook to safely drive your cables behind the desk. Any printer held on the table must also be taken into account when designing the desktop size.