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Computer Desks Buying Guide
Choosing a Bush Computer Desk
Like people, computer desks come in all shapes and sizes. Choosing the right one for your office comes down to personality and style. The dimension of your office will also help you narrow down the choices between a corner desk, U-shape desk, L-shape desk, credenza or a desk with bow front.
Bush Corner Desks
Corner desks make great use of space. Styled in contemporary woods, corner desks offer optimum organization thanks to multiple storage options
A corner desk can be an ideal solution for tight spaces.
Bush U-Shaped Desks
If you’ve got a lot of office space, you might want to consider a u-shape desk. A U-shaped desk not only provides plenty of work surface but can often accommodate a guest on the other side of the desk. U-shaped desks combine the best of an executive desk, computer desk and credenza – all in one comfortable shape.
Bush L-Shaped Desks
Love to spread out your work? The L-shape desk might be for you as it allows you to make the most of a space, whether small or large. L-shape desks work great next to a window, as you can face the view or away from it. Look for an L-shape desk that offers multiple shelving and a retractable keyboard.
The credenza desk often features a flat design, like a pedestal desk. However, many credenzas also feature a stack of shelves, small drawers and other nooks above its main working surface. This stylish desk is most often placed facing a wall, though it can work quite well in the center of a room facing away from a window. Look for features such as a pullout keyboard tray, enclosed storage to keep things tidy, box drawers for office supplies, and pedestal cabinet to conceal your vertical CPU.
Bush Bow Front Desk
Unlike a standard desk, a bow front desk features a curved bow-front surface that makes it a powerful centerpiece. Unlike a credenza or corner desk, a bow front desk cannot be placed against the wall. A bow front desk can be a great addition to any office environment, either standing on its own, or paired with a bookshelf.