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How to spruce up your work desk?

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How to spruce up your work desk?

112 products

South Street 80 Computer Desk - White
South Street 80 Computer Desk - White
Furniture Village

£199.00 - £349.00

Doyline Cross Frame Desk - Glass and Chrome
Doyline Cross Frame Desk - Glass and Chrome
Choice Furniture Superstore

£221.00 - £294.00

Blair Desk Oak 1000x500x750mm
Blair Desk Oak 1000x500x750mm
Lilea Living

£275.00

Bowater Single Pedestal Desk
Bowater Single Pedestal Desk
Barker and Stonehouse

£465.00

Oslo Oak Desk
Oslo Oak Desk
Cox and Cox

£468.75

Ike Desk
Ike Desk
Graham & Green

£895.00

Gallery Direct Rothbury Desk in Bronze
Gallery Direct Rothbury Desk in Bronze
Olivia's

£84.00 - £595.00

Otto Polished Silver Desk
Otto Polished Silver Desk
My Furniture

£599.99

Seattle Glass Desk White
Seattle Glass Desk White
Dunelm

£109.00

Tripoli Cross Frame Desk - Glass and Chrome
Tripoli Cross Frame Desk - Glass and Chrome
Choice Furniture Superstore

£166.00 - £184.00

Barton Computer Desk - Silver
Barton Computer Desk - Silver
The Range

£119.99

Blair Desk Black 1000x500x750mm
Blair Desk Black 1000x500x750mm
Lilea Living

£275.00

Nyjo Desk
Nyjo Desk
La Redoute

£299.00

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South Street Brooklyn Bridge Computer Desk
South Street Brooklyn Bridge Computer Desk
Furniture Village

£399.00 £539.00

Gallery Direct Parton Desk
Gallery Direct Parton Desk
Olivia's

£672.00

Otto Brass desk
Otto Brass desk
My Furniture

£599.99

Luka Glass And Metal Desk, White
Luka Glass And Metal Desk, White
Barker and Stonehouse

£765.00

Alphason Air Black Glass Computer Desk - AW53385
Alphason Air Black Glass Computer Desk - AW53385
Choice Furniture Superstore

£157.00

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Megan Clear Glass Computer Desk With Gold Legs
Megan Clear Glass Computer Desk With Gold Legs
Furniture in Fashion

£229.95 £344.95

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Java Glass Computer Desk - Grey
Java Glass Computer Desk - Grey
Furniture Village

£399.00 £539.00

Keble Desk
Keble Desk
Barker and Stonehouse

£795.00

Leitz Cosy Glass Desk Easel
Leitz Cosy Glass Desk Easel
John Lewis

£22.00

Lexon Corner Desk - Silver
Lexon Corner Desk - Silver
The Range

£186.99

McRacing Black Wooden Computer Desk With LED
McRacing Black Wooden Computer Desk With LED
Furniture in Fashion

£199.95

How to Spruce Up Your Work Desk?

Simple touches can make a world of change to your study or work space at home. Here we are looking at easy ways to spruce up your work/ study desk.

  1. Choosing the right table

    Having the right desk, depending on your needs, is the first step. Do you need multiple monitors, space for a lot of paperwork or do you just need space for your laptop? A functional desk with space adequate for your needs and ample storage space is the foundation in setting up your work space. Glass desks are getting more popular these days, so are standing desks. Standing desks are ideal for those who work long hours sitting down.

  2. Declutter- avoid to many personal things, bring in only necessary

    The study or work desk gets easily cluttered with stacks of paper, notepads, sticky notes and stationery. It is always good practice to avoid clutter. Keep things that are only necessary for your work on the desk as this will help you focus more.

    For example, you do not have to keep all the pens and pencils you own in the pen holder sitting on your desk. You only need a few in different styles and inks. Rest can be stored away until the need arises.

  3. Lighting

    Adding lighting to your work space is key in not just sprucing up the space but also essential to completing visual tasks and ensuring productivity. Offices and schools are lit with cool blue light which are crucial in maintaining a stimulating work environment. Warm white/yellow lights are too relaxing and might result in you drifting off while working or studying.

    Even though most home offices or studies come with pendant lighting in the middle of the room, this could cast shadows while you are on your desk, therefore a desk lamp with dimmable light is ideal.

  4. Tidying cables

    As important as organising and decluttering your desk is tidying all those electric cables lying around. The messy tangled cable situations can be an unsightly and an obstacle, especially on glass desks. Keeping your cords organized not only makes your space look tidy but also keeps everything working efficiently.

    Easiest way to do this is by investing in a smart desk or smart lamp with wireless charging options thereby reducing the number of cables you have lying around on your table. If cables cannot be avoided, they can be tidied by using command hooks and cable ties.

    You can read more here on how to clean up messy cables from : PC Magazine

  5. Choosing a color theme

    Having a color theme running through your home office can easily set the mood. Choosing a stimulating yet calming color can motivate you and boost productivity. Blue, Green and Yellow have been home office staple colours, but the trends also show pink, grey and neutral palettes getting popular. Color blocking is one way to introduce multiple colors from the same tonal palette or contrasting palette. Panelling with wooden battens to bring the outdoors in is also gaining more popularity.

  6. Utilise walls

    Decorating your desk does not end with your desk. This also extends to the nearby walls. Having wire organisers, peg boards and other wall storage options keeps clutter off your desk.

  7. Organising the desk

    Having the right accessory and storage options, and assigning space for things can free up your valuable working area. This also forces you to choose what is essential for you and what you cannot live with. Getting a desk tray can tidy up the papers and knick knacks. A pen pot or desk tidy can hold all the writing essentials and necessary stationery

  8. Inspirational quotes and vision board

    There is no better place for displaying inspiration quotes than the study. Find the ones that speak to you and hang it on your wall. It does not have to be store bought art print ones. You can easily put your favorite quotes in a decent readable font into Canva, or even a plain document, add a nice background(leave it plain), and print in a4. Using blue tac adhesives you can stick the paper directly or have it on a poster frame on the wall. It is also the apt palace to hang your vision board, if you like to make one so you always have your eye on the goal.

  9. Add green

    Adding greenery to any place works like magic in changing the mood and feel of the place. If you are not a person with green thumbs, succulents are a great place to start and they are perfect for home office. They are so tiny that you can easily find space for one or two plants on your desk. Any plant would easily breathe instant life into space.

Nobody likes a home office that looks like a real office- boring and sterile. Put your stamp on it by adding your signature - personal photos, your memories and souvenirs. The key is to do it tastefully and in moderation. Add coziness with layering different textures on your chair. Throw in a plush throw(don't forget- you are there for serious business- to work), a lumbar pillow and your dream workspace is ready!