L Shaped Desks
#N1: This L desk is from a family of endlessly adaptable case goods made for the ever-changing workplace. And to tie it all together: clean, modern, residential-inspired style.
#N2: Beautifully grained laminate combines with clean lines and smart storage by incorporating a wall mounted hutch.
#N3: While collaborative spaces are providing a new dynamic for the office environment, there are still tasks that require the quiet solitude of a private office. Multi-functional desks, credenzas, L units and U units, all with layered capabilities, are scaled to perform in this role of executive offices.
#N4: Modern gray and white laminate is supported by perforated metal legs to create this modern L shaped desk that can be used for a private office or open area.
#N5: Fully enclosed legs and modern silver detailing combine a classic shape with modern in finishes. The floating top is mirrored in the matching storage and shelving.
#N6: This modern mid tone brown L shaped desk features a classic laminate shape and additional storage that can be customized to your needs. Keep the color current by accenting with white desk chair and guest seating.
#N7: Slim tapered legs give this table L shaped desk an airy feel, while the adjacent hutch is on metal risers to compliment the base. Available in two toned laminate in a variety of colors and sizes.
#N8: A white low credenza creates a modern, with metal legs and a walnut laminate work surface. Use the shelving and storage in the credenza or add a mobile pedestal for filing.
#N9: You can choose to accent your office desk with a wall mounted hutch as well, instead of taking up additional floor space.
#N10: Use an adjustable height desk as the base for your L shaped desk, then create a wall of customizable storage next to it for options.
#N11: For smaller offices, use a corner desk to give you enough work space without overwhelming your area. This will still give you the same effect as a full sized shaped desk but won’t take up as much space.
#N12: If you usually have meetings at your desk, consider a peninsula L shaped desk. This allows the front of your desk to essentially be a conference table.
#N13: Take out the modesty panel on your L shaped desk to create a lighter airy feeling.
#N14: If you would like an L shaped desk that mimics a table, consider using wall storage instead of adding any drawers to your desk. Here the desk is connected to a wall unit that incorporates storage and filing.
#N15: Espresso and white create a modern look accented by an adjustable height L desk. Choose the two toned look or go for a more classic monochrome unit.
#N16: Position your L shaped desk to face the window if you don’t typically have visitors.
#N17: Cherry and white laminate combine to create an L shaped desk that offers modern industrial metal legs, silver drawer pulls, and customizable storage.
#N18: With mid century modern tapered legs, a contemporary mix of walnut and white laminate, this desk provides work space and storage.
#N19: Choose to mix one tone laminate with a wood grain, the result is modern and striking on this desk.
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