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You Need More Workspace, Check Out These L-Shaped Desks

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Standard desks are great, but sometimes your students need more space in the classroom, homeschool room or bedroom for studying. An L-shaped desk can give students a primary workspace as well as additional space for desktop organization, books, art and crafting projects or charging stations for tablets and other accessories.

This L-shaped desk also comes with two built-in holes to keep cords and wires under control. Each of the two bookshelves can hold up to 35 pounds as well.

This glass L-shaped desk is perfect for writing, homework or gamers taking a break from studying and looking to create the perfect command center. There’s plenty of space for multiple monitors and tech accessories with this desk.

The GreenForest L-shaped desk is perfect for either placing in a corner or creating a natural division for a workspace. Students will also have plenty of space for multiple monitors and tech gear with this affordable option.

You can choose from six finishes with the Tribedesigns L-shaped desk, including two marble tops and one rustic faux-wood top.

This luxe L-shaped desk is available in four finishes, including a bright white finish for a more modern effect. It comes with four built-in USB hubs.

Expert Commentary

L-shaped desks can maximize the corner of a room, whether students are studying in their bedrooms or teachers are looking for extra space in the classroom. These desks have built-in storage options and can be placed against a wall or facing it. They’re available in different styles to suit your every need, from sleek and minimalist to sophisticated.

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