Now that teleworking is gaining more weight, we are increasingly interested in incorporating an office-like area inside our home. The reality is that many do not have a free room at home that they can convert into an office and that is why it is so important to find small desks with which to create that atmosphere in a room.
One option is to place the work area in the living room because it is usually the largest room, but it is a common space, shared with the whole family and usually not very quiet ... Therefore, for many, the bedroom, in which we can carry out our tasks with more tranquillity, so we have prepared a selection of desks with which we will create an area to study or telework.
Wall and folding
For smaller bedrooms and if the desk is not going to be used on a daily basis, there is the option of small folding wall tables. They are fantastic, although, in my opinion, they are not the best for much use, we do think about installing them for occasional use.
Narrow and versatile
Without being wall-mounted, there are very narrow, but at the same time versatile desks that can be complemented with shelves to organize books and other materials and with other storage solutions that can help us configure a well-completed study or work area.
Light colours and natural materials
In general, light colours and materials such as natural wood can help us to make our office corner lighter and more comfortable, to lightly recharge the bedroom set and to provide a pleasant working environment.
All flavours and styles
Although as in everything there are trends in materials and finishes quite generalized, there are also options of desk for bedroom in all possible styles, materials and colours that we can imagine.
Desks with secret compartments
When I was little I loved desks with many drawers and compartments in which to hide treasures and secrets ... or at least in which to place an infinite number of small objects in an organized way.
Desks with original forms and equipment
There are desks with really original shapes to place them in the most diverse arrangements, glued to the window, cornering the room or as part of a wall shelf.