InfoArmoire Desk – An armoire desk is an armoire that contains a desk when the cabinet doors are opened.
Computer Desk – A computer desk is designed to provide a working surface while on the computer. Some computer desks will have a keyboard tray, pedestals, CPU holders, and cabinets
Credenza Desk – A credenza desk is a side cupboard that is meant to be used as a desk in an office. Credenza table tops tend to be narrow. Some credenza desks have keyboard drawers. It does not have knee-holes.
Desk Shell – A desk shell only includes the desktop and the end panels. There are no drawers in a desk shell.
Executive Desk – An executive desk is a large and prominent desk. Executive desks can be any shape. The majority are traditional style, have ornate detailing, are wooden, and usually more expensive. Industrial or contemporary executive desks may be slightly simpler in style, but are still large in scale and include drawers. Most traditional executive desks are found in a home office, while most industrial style executive desks are found in a business or company office.
Floating Desk – Floating desks are wall mounted. These desks will often fold out from the wall.
Leaning/Ladder Desk – Leaning desks rest against the wall. Ladder desks have the the same style as leaning desks but are free-standing and do not require installation.
Secretary / Roll Top Desks – A secretary desk normally has a hinged desktop surface. A roll top desk has a door that rolls into the desk. When closed these doors will hide the contents of the desk. These desks typically have stacked compartments, drawers, and shelves above the desktop.
Standing Desk – A standing desk enables users to stand while working at their desk. You can adjust the height on most standing desks.
Writing Desk - Writing desks do not have keyboard trays, CPU holders, monitor stands, cabinets or drawer pedestals.