The computer furniture challenge
Are you in the market for computer furniture? Then, there are a few things to consider before heading to your local furniture store. First of all, where is the computer furniture going? Do you have an actual room designated as your home office or is it just a selected corner in an area of your home? What exactly are you looking for? Take a little time to write up a list of the most important characteristics that you want your computer furniture to have. Think of the functionality as well as your comfort levels. Also be sure to get measurements of the space where the furniture will be located.
Do you need a desk that nestles into a corner to optimize space in your room? It’s out there! Would you rather have an armoire that you can close to hide your computer paraphernalia when guests come a-calling? How about one of those chairs that has so many features on it that you expect it to get up and cook you breakfast? (Ok, that was a bit of an exaggeration, but you get the idea!) The array of computer furniture these days is amazing.
Being prepared before you set foot into a furniture store will allow you to effectively choose the pieces that will best serve your needs. Most of all, you get to “test drive” the various computer furniture displayed on the showroom floor. Sit in front of that desk you have your eye on. Is it the perfect height for you to comfortably do your work? How about an ergonomically correct office chair? Do you need additional storage? What about the style? Does it matter if it will complement your existing décor?
Invest extra time in your quest for computer furniture. If you are unsure about your preferences, look into rental furniture places in your area. You can rent some computer furniture and live with it for a few weeks before making a decision. Or, perhaps you know of some local woodworkers who might custom build something for you.
Maybe you are comfortable ordering furniture straight out of an office supply catalog. If so, great! Just remember, when that computer furniture is delivered to your home in boxes, guess who gets to put it all together?
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