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A desk is an essential part of any office. Best computer desks are not just good-looking but also functional and ergonomic. Is your new office table a classic wooden desk, an adjustable standing desk or a capacious workstation with drawers? We stock a beautiful selection of Scandinavian desks for both home and office use!
Designer office desks from Scandinavia – happy desk shopping!
Choosing the perfect office desk for your home is not always an easy task, and there are several essential factors to consider when shopping for your new desk. First, the desk should provide you with the best possible setting and comfort for whatever you'll be working with. Second, the desk should be made from high-quality materials and designed to last for decades of use. And last but definitely not least, the desk should be a joy to the eye and match the interior and style of your home.
We at Finnish Design Shop have curated a collection of designer desks from Scandinavia and beyond. We paid special attention to choosing office desks that combine a functionalist design and high technical quality with an aesthetically stunning appearance. Welcome to our Nordic office desk shop – we hope you enjoy desk shopping with us!
Designer desk for working from home
If you're working from home on a regular basis, a functional, well-designed computer desk is a must. Especially if you do full-time office work by your desk, you might want to opt for an adjustable desk that allows you to alter between sitting and standing. Our collection ranges from adjustable height desks with drawers to contemporary electric desks and minimalist standing desks by internationally acknowledged designers.
In addition to modern computer desks and workstations, we also have many classic work desks for writing and reading. You can choose a mid-century style desk by Vitra, Gubi or Karakter or go with a more contemporary, minimalist writing desk by Hay, &Tradition or Normann Copenhagen. Here are a few beautiful highlights from our office desk collection:
Office desks in a range of styles and materials
Some of the most common materials of Scandinavian office tables are wood and metal. Wooden office desks respect the Nordic woodworking traditions and add a natural touch to your home office, especially if you choose a desk in untreated wood, whereas sleek metal desks often have that charmingly raw, industrial feeling. You can also choose a combination of different materials, for example, a desk with metal legs and wooden, glass or marble tabletop. Many of our office tables have been given a durable finish, such as laminate or linoleum, that makes them easy to keep clean.
In terms of colours, the most popular ones in Scandinavian offices are definitely calm, neutral tones such as white, grey and natural wood. However, if you're a fan of bold and expressive colours, you can also find some truly eye-catching desks from our collection!
Instead of classic four-legged desks, we also stock alternative options that are especially well suited for small spaces. You can choose a wall-mounted desk by Artek or a foldable table by String Furniture, or create a unique, customizable desk with the Tiptoe desk legs. If you're interested in modular furniture options for your office, our selection of shelving units might be helpful for you! And when you have finally discovered the perfect office desk for your needs, feel free to take a look at our office chairs, desk lamps and office supplies to complement your new desk.
Get inspired by Nordic office desks
We love to share new ideas and inspiration about the latest news on Scandinavian design on our online magazine Design Stories. Browsing through the stories can also give you new ideas for furnishing your home office and finding your new office desk! Here are a few stories to get you started with:
• Stylist Minna Jones shares her tips for a functional home office >
• Desk shopping ideas from Finland: The Fem desk is the response of interior design agency Fyra to the challenges of working at home >