Its modular functions let you add onto it over time, too.
Ilove a good, spread out work station. My ideal home office surface is about the size of a dining room table: massive enough for my computer, monitor, various books, notebooks, and more. I love to feel a little “mad scientist,” and my background in studio art—in which we pinned, sprawled, and overflowed the bulletin boards while we worked—only encouraged this all-consuming desk mentality.
So when I moved into a cramped city bedroom and was suddenly confronted with the least space I’d ever had in my life, I had to rethink my working model. There was zero chance I could fit a desk in the corner and enjoy my space, but our living room functioned as a messy walk-in closet and got zero light. So it had to be the bedroom. Let there be light and all.
Then I found Work From Home Desks, a modular collection of combination sitting and standing desks that could break down at the end of the day. Studies show that standing desks are better for your posture, eye strain, fatigue levels, efficiency, and more—but I appreciated ability to do both, because I definitely hit a 3 P.M. slump. Read the full artical here
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