We understand that some of the terms below may mean nothing to you when we mention them, so we have put together a few useful diagrams and descriptions that hopefully help you understand a little better.
A straight edged rectangular desk typically 800mm deep.
|Single Wave Desk
Left hand (LH) and right hand (RH) single wave desks allow users to sit closer to their workstation, maximising space and increasing ergonomics.
|Double Wave desk
Double wave desks like single wave desks allow the user to sit closer but feature a central curve that provides ergonomic support
A great desk to maximise space whilst also increasing desk size. Providing full ergonomic support a radial desk reduces the need of movement, as full 90-degree desk access is available.
|Height adjustable desk
Growing ever more popular, height adjustable desks can be adjusted vertically to allow the user full control. More recently height adjustable desks have been used for sit/ stand desks operated by manual crank handles mechanisms or electronically.
| Cantilever desk
A very popular type of frame for desks (and chairs). Two cantilever legs either end of the desktop support the whole unit.
|Freestanding (Four Leg) desk
A more typical desk/ table design. The desk is supported by a four-legged frame.
| Bench Desk
Not to be confused with rectangular or stand alone desks, a bench desk allows for multiple users using only one frame- fantastic for maximising space and creating team environments. Usually 800mm deep per user
| Slim desks/ bench desk
Much like a standard desk or bench desk a slim desk or bench desk allows users to share one frame with multiple workstations. A slim bench desk is just 600mm deep per user- perfect for small offices or tighter spaces!