When standing desks first started appearing online en masse they were pretty much all rectangular affairs. Cubicle denizens and those who wanted to have a standing desk placed into a corner didn’t have too many options. Nowadays all that has changed, and there are now so many options that we had to actually break this category up into two subcategories: “corner standing desks” and “L-shaped standing desks.”
You might be wondering “what’s the difference between a corner desk and an L-desk?” This is another one of those situations where some standing desk purveyors intermix the two labels, [...]
When it comes to the prospect of assembling a standing desk we find that our readers generally fall into two camps:Dudes who love a good DIY project, have the proper tools, and wouldn’t dream of paying for someone else to assemble their desk, and Everyone else. Including people who dress nicely for work, who don’t have the patience or technical skills for an “IKEA project,” and those who don’t have the proper power tools to make the job go faster.
If you fall into Group 2, this article is for you. The rest of you dudes can go check out our DIY section and learn all about the best bases and desktops to use in constructing your [...]
While 95% of standing desks sold are 30 inches deep there are times when that’s just too big for your available space, and what you really need is a desk with 24 inches of depth. Whether for a small Manhattan apartment, a dorm room or a “hot desk” area, these smaller desks are ideal for the laptop user who doesn’t plan to have a lot of external monitors (for focal depth, users with multiple LCDs will likely want that full 30″ depth in all likelihood). These are fundamentally the two standard depths for the office desk industry; anything shallower than 24″ or deeper than 36″ is considered very [...]