Small Desks for Home
Take a look at my favorite finds for every design style, listed in order from lowest to highest price.
If you need a temporary or more portable solution, this inexpensive z-shaped desk is perfect. This would work well in a dorm room or in an unused corner of virtually any space in your home. It could also work as a side table if you need it to do double duty.
A simple writing desk is a great choice for a more modern space. With a tempered-glass top, it provides a great surface for your laptop or for doing homework. The extra shelf allows you to keep any essentials easily accessible.
For those who really want to embrace the idea of a stand-up desk, this workstation has your name written all over it. There's a small, fold-out bench for times when you do want to sit down. Otherwise, this desk is designed to give you the full health benefits of switching over to a stand-up work environment.
Here's a fun, low-profile desk in the classic, Parsons style. This would work well with almost any type of decor, and it would be a great choice for anyone who is looking for a nice splash of color in their home office.
Mounted to the wall, the desk appears to be a simple cabinet when not in use. However, once opened up, you have a great desk solution with additional shelves for storage.
If you prefer to work at a desk either standing up or sitting on a stool, this high-top desk would be a perfect solution for you. The desk folds out to give you even more workspace, and there are two tiny drawers to store essentials.
This pretty, wood secretary folds down into a traditional side table when not in use. This would be a great solution for anyone who really has no space for an office but still needs a spot to do some work. You could keep this in your living room next to your sofa, for example, and open it up into a desk any time you needed to get some work done.
With a pull-out keyboard tray and two drawers, this is the perfect solution for anyone who needs to set up their desktop computer in their office.
One of the best solutions for tiny home offices is a leaning desk. This piece has a slim footprint and could work in a corner, kitchen nook or in a larger closet. You could even choose a stool if you don’t have enough room for a standard office chair.
This midcentury modern-inspired secretary would work well in a corner or nook anywhere in your home. The door allows you to keep any messy papers or items hidden away. And at only 15 inches deep, you won’t need a lot of room to add this to your space.
This pretty, antique-inspired writing desk could work great next to a bed (instead of a bedside table) or tucked behind a sofa. If you're looking for a double-duty piece, it would also work beautifully as a vanity.
This wall-mounted desk is available in several different wood finishes and even includes a hidden intelligent wire and cable management feature. You can install this desk at varying heights, depending on your preference of a standard sit-down desk or a stand-up desk.