Our designers and space planning experts will help you to find the perfect white reception desk with drawers for your space from options including curved, circular and corner reception desks to standing units.
Fabulous front panel designs come in glass, white, black, padded fabrics, metal, wood and even LED lights. Or tell us your bespoke size and colour requirements and we’ll advise using CAD drawings, images and colour swatches.
What space requirement do I need behind a corporate reception counter? The minimum space is 100cm but for practical reasons 120cm is preferred. A user in a wheelchair needs 150cm space to turn the chair.
What size office reception desk do you need to seat two people? For a dental practice, you will need a counter with a length or width of 300cm. Each user needs a minimum of 120cm space when sitting.
What types of office reception desks are there?
Corner - corner reception desks are designed to create a corner for privacy or to provide extra workspace. Ideal for two people to share, they come in an L-shape configuration and the return can be either on the left or right-hand side when sitting.
Straight - where lobby space is at a premium a straight unit can often be the most suitable solution. The straight version is the most efficient and economical way to seat 2, 3 or 4 receptionists with room underneath for dedicated storage and cable management.
Circular or Round - for clinic waiting room areas where the counter needs to be in the middle of the room or placed away from the walls, round or circular reception counters are a practical and stylish furniture solution. They also work well as feature furnishing in a large and open plan, design-led workspaces.
U-Shaped - the U-shaped large unit is a wraparound design with a workspace to the front, left and right-hand sides of the user, allowing for ample storage space within. Their size and executive presence makes them most suitable for traditional corporate-style lobby areas and large rooms.
Standing - these are most suitable for busy spaces like art galleries, museums, hotels, clinics and high-traffic areas with a constant flow of people, where the receptionist needs to be at the same height as the visitor. Consider a standing desk anywhere the user needs to frequently meet and greet.