Think of any job under the sun and you will find that there will always be a need for a desk. If you are running a business, you will be calling this your office desk. If you are working from home, say, as a writer or caterer, or studying for your Masters, you may prefer to call this your study desk. Most affluent middle class professionals will always have a study in their homes. These folks do also have the luxury of acquiring well crafted mahogany or oak desks with glass or leather tops for comfort and still more luxury.
But whether you are running a business or working from home on your own, most of you do not have this luxury. It remains a dream, not impossible, but now is not the time. To realize that sort of dream takes time and money. Better work organization will, of course, always help. Just because it is an L shaped desk, does not mean that space will be taken up. If you thought this much before, that would have been understandable, because, after all, there may be two, not one, desk arms to consider. But really, l shaped office desks don’t take up space at all.
In fact, they give you more space. They come in all sizes. We almost said shapes, but no, it remains the L shape that gives you more leg, or should that be, arm room for better organization and increased productivity whenever necessary. There is more shelf space and, of course, there is always more room for your all important desktop computer and hard drive(s). Just think what kind of work you are doing and you know what materials you’d like to add to your space. There is plenty of room.