Corner Workstations

Ensure that your space is being used as effectively as possible with corner workstation desks. Their distinctive L-shape allows them to be placed right in the corner, with one side against the wall or in the middle of the room (depending on your needs and the best fit for the space).

Efficiency and use of space are big issues when it comes to office furniture. One of the major benefits of corner workstations is that they can fit in the smallest areas available, allowing you to maximise your office's space. They can be easily placed in corners or beside each other. You can also position them around architectural features like pillars and turn awkward obstructions into functional working spaces. In terms of comfort and productivity, they offer the optimum space for employees to multitask. With no closed boundaries, employees have plenty of room to settle comfortably into their work. Browse through our wide range of corner workstations that are suitable for all types of offices and businesses.

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What are the benefits of corner workstations?

A number of benefits are associated with these workstations, including:

Under Desk Space

Corner desks offer far more space underneath than traditional ones, which can be used to store a CPU tower, an under desk pedestal or even a small printer/scanner unit. The user will also enjoy more foot room, which is perfect for taller users who aren’t normally able to stretch out.

Increased Surface Area

Whilst a rectangular workstation desk offers plenty of space, the user has to lean, stretch or move their seat to access it. A corner workstation eliminates this through the provision of wraparound space – simply swivel the chair and you have access to all the space you need.

Reduced Screen Glare

Excessive glare on computer screens can lead to eye fatigue and headaches (among other issues). A corner desk can help to eliminate these, as the monitor is never perpendicular or parallel to a wall – it always faces the opposite corner of the room, so it’s unlikely that windows will create glare.

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