Best Leg Design
- Mr Ironstone Computer & Gaming L-Shaped Corner Desk
Best Desktop Surface
- L-Shape Corner Desk Computer Gaming Desk
Best Use Of Layers
- L-shaped Computer Desk Little Tree
A lot of us spend most of our days in an office – be it at home or in an office. Staring at a computer is inevitable for many of us – but staring at the wall behind it isn’t! There are a lot of ways to make your desk and workspace more interesting (and useful) and corner desks are ideal options here. They offer additional useful surface area and often take up less overall space than a traditional rectangular desk might.
We’ve compiled a list of affordable, stylish corner desks that you can use the next time you decide to redesign your office space into something new!
- Adjustable leg pads
- Includes a raised monitor stand
- Powder-coated steel frame for extra stability
- 50.8 inches + 50.8 inches (width) x 18.2 inches (depth) x 29.5 inches (height)
- 41 lbs total weight
- 29.5 inches space under the desk
This L-shaped gaming desk is a solid choice both for gamers and any other sort of office. The sturdy, well-made frame can support a good amount of weight, and it offers more than enough space for a computer on or under the desk, and even a multi-monitor desk setup with space to spare. The X-shaped side supports offer a lot of stability without adding weight, and while maintaining the sleek and stylish design of the desk.
You can comfortably set up up to 3 monitors on the desk, without needing to worry about it struggling with the weight. At the same time, you can use this desk on slightly uneven grounds, as the individually adjustable leg pads are ideal to compensate for slight differences on the ground surface.
- Stylish, minimalist design available in different colour and material combinations
- Strong, supports multiple monitors, and offers lots of usable space
- Durable and scratch-resistant
- A little difficult to assemble
- Surface prone to showing smudges and fingerprints
- Environmentally sustainable P2 particle surfaces
- Lightweight desk
- Reversible design and setups
- 44.3 inches x 58.1 inches x 29.1 inches
- Extensible into U-shape when combined with another identical desks
- 37 lbs
This sleek and simple gaming desk features a strong steel frame with little to no unnecessary parts. Unlike a lot of other models, there are no boards in front of the legs of the user, so if the desk isn’t facing a wall, it’s easy to move your legs underneath without banging into anything. That said, the under-desk space is somewhat limited and some users may find it difficult to get comfortable.
The modular design means that not only can you use it in either orientation as an L-shaped desk, you can also use it as two separate, smaller desks, or combine multiple desks in order to make one, bigger, U-shaped one, giving it a lot of flexibility for various office or gaming-setups. The steel frame is more than strong enough to support multiple monitors and all sorts of fixings for both office and gaming setups.
- Adjustable leg stands
- Scratch- and liquid-resistance surfaces
- Modular design and reversible shapes
- Plastic parts at some joints and connective spots
- Somewhat low and not great for taller people
- Steel legs and frame
- Extensible keyboard shelf
- 180-degree rotating side table
- 24 inches x 21.65 inches x 34.83 inches
- 72 lbs
- Extendable desk up to 2m
This compact Little Tree rotating desk is particularly adaptable and can fit perfectly into different spaces. Not only can it fold from an L-shape to a small, regular desk, it can also be adjusted to fit different room angles and unusual non-90 degree room shapes. In total, the desk can be extended to 2 metres when fully folded out.
Overall, the Little Tree desk is a pretty eye-catching model that offers a fair amount of surface area to store things on as well as a bottom shelf either for books or possibly a tower PC – though that does limit the available foot space under the desk. It’s a well-featured and unusual model that can be a great solution for quite a few different types of offices and rooms.
- The shape can easily fit different angles and spaces in rooms
- The desk can be folded out/in according to needs
- Built-in sliding keyboard tray keeps desk clutter-free
- Difficult to keep clean due to lots of smaller, modular surfaces and moving parts
- Lockable wheels under desk aren’t too sturdy or reliable
- Tempered glass top
- Footrest bar for additional comfort
- Adjustable leg stands
- 51 inch Width x 19 inch Depth x 28.5 inch Height (51 inch overall depth)
- 32 lbs
- Can be combined with additional desks to form a U-shape
This corner desk can be combined with another desk into a U-shape if you need even more space for your office. As a light model of desk, it won’t leave any marks on carpets, and the adjustable leg stands allow you to compensate for uneven floor surfaces. The glass top looks nice, but is prone to fingerprints and smudges, so you’ll want to use some kind of large mousepad to avoid having to clean it too often.
The desk does have a relatively low carry capacity, with individual sections being limited to about 25 pounds per segment. Due to the desk’s simple and stylish design, it’s easy and fast to assemble even by one person. It’s also a space-saving option for smaller rooms since it doesn’t have any unnecessary extras that take up space.
- Simple construction and frame
- Nice, sleek design
- Easy assembly instruction
- Glass top shows fingerprints and smudges easily
- No built-in shelving or storage options
That was our roundup of the best mid-market corner desks in 2022. Have you recently bought a mid-market corner desk? What sold you on it and what has your experience been with it so far? Let us know down below.
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