Many of us have a home office space these days. Having a PC makes this almost a necessity! If you have a laptop, you still need some desk space reserved just for this purpose when you’re working at home. When you add in the printer, scanner, copier and whatever other equipment you’ve got, that desk can get pretty crowded! If you’re lucky enough to have a den all to yourself, that extra room may also house part of your library, or do double duty as a sewing room. If your desk is in the living room, space is at a premium. In any case, a corner computer desk will optimize your available space.
At our old house, we had a lot of space, with a small extra bedroom we allocated to the home office purpose. This was indeed a luxury, but we nonetheless had to conserve on space. The room had a large sliding glass door against one wall, with entry to the kitchen opposite. This made the actual usable space awkward to arrange. My husband and I each needed a desk and room for chairs. I had my beloved, cherry wood, Mission-style desk that I was not willing to part with, so we decided to go with a corner computer desk to solve the space and arrangement problem. This turned out to be a fantastic solution.
I went shopping, dimensions in hand and found a corner computer desk that looked