15 Stylish Desks to Elevate Your Home Office

15 Stylish Desks to Elevate Your Home Office

From a classic Ikea number to a wood table from Floyd, there’s a hardworking option to suit every style and budget.

While it may sound like a no-brainer, the key element of any comfortable and productive workspace is a high-quality desk. Settling on the right one for your home office, however, is no easy task. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up our top picks in a range of shapes and finishes to make your search a little less daunting. Whether you’re looking to fill a studio corner or outfit a spacious study, the below desks are sure to elevate your live/work situation.

Ikea Lagkapten / Alex Desk
Limited space doesn’t mean you have to say no to studying or working from home.
Blu Dot Stash Desk
Radius edges and wood couple in the elemental Stash Desk by Blu Dot. The handy pencil drawer keeps it tidy and can be assembled to either the left or right side. Available in select finishes.
Hay Copenhague 90 Desk
In collaboration with HAY, brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec designed the Copenhague 90 Desk (2013) as part of a furniture series created for the University of Copenhagen. The school’s requirements included functionality, durability, ease of cleaning, and a welcoming expression.
Herman Miller Nelson Swag Leg Desk
The Swag Leg Collection (1958) was named for a manufacturing process that uses pressure to curve and taper metal tubing. This desk perches lightly on signature sculptural legs stabilized by a solid walnut stretcher.
Fully Jarvis Bamboo Standing Desk
A popular favorite among Fully’s craft- and earth-conscious customers. Customize your workspace with the beautiful, eco-friendly bamboo table on the best reviewed, customer-adored Jarvis frame.
Made by Choice Fem Work Desk
Made by Choice’s Fem desk is a multifunctional work-from-home station designed to respond to the demands of modern remote work, even in smaller spaces.
Ergonofis The Shift Desk 2.0
A timeless desk that mirrors your natural movement patterns, day by day, year by year. Conceived in Canada, Shift perfectly combines design with functionality to transform your workspace and your work life.
Pottery Barn Pacific 108-Inch Desk With Bookcases
Striking in its simplicity, the Pacific Collection emphasizes clean lines and unfussy design, from the planked-style wood to streamlined silhouettes. This modular setup features a desk and two bookcases for easy access to your work essentials.
Floyd The Table
Pull up a chair, or six. The Table's dimensions make for comfortable group dining or a spacious work surface. The sleek surface showcases the grain of top-grade birch, while the sturdy steel legs set dinner on a wobble-free footing (no matter how many elbows end up on the table).
Jens Risom Desk
The Risom Desk (2012)—“the little one,” as designer Jens Risom called it—was originally designed in 1968 for his own home in New Canaan, Connecticut. This small-space solution “is really a writing surface,” said Risom.
Magis Baguette Table
Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec founded their design firm in 1999, where they work on architectural projects, furniture, tableware, and accessories.
Crate and Barrel Grant Adjustable Desk
A standing desk with standout style. Solid mindi wood with a dark gray wash finish brings natural warmth and depth to a classic industrial silhouette. In its resting position, Grant serves as a desk or work table.
Herman Miller Eames Desk Unit
The innovative Eames Desk (1952) comes in two color schemes: “multi” with birch fronts and brightly colored (red, white, blue, and yellow) side and back panels or “natural” with birch fronts and neutral (black and white) side and back panels.
Hartô Victor Desk
Designed by Pierre-François Dubois for the French brand Hartô, Victor is an attractive and characterful desk consisting of a matte-painted metal frame and oak-veneered tabletop.
Tracey Boyd for Anthropologie Deluxe Tamboured Desk
The Deluxe Tamboured collection is a luxurious take on a decidedly 1950s, midcentury silhouette.


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