The cornerstone of a busy reception space is the desk.
But what happens when the only practical place to put it is just that - in the corner? We all know that commercial space is expensive and that every square inch counts, but ideally, reception desks shouldn’t be wedged into small spaces, they need to be open and accessible to visitors and often have to be placed in a particular way, for example: between an entrance door and an internal lift, or directly in front of a waiting area made up of mixed seating and standing areas. Our extensive range of corner reception desks brings you practical solutions for all spaces, with desks available in right and left hand configurations, as high or standing desks and with lower access points too, for maximum accessibility.
These cleverly designed desks make full use of wall space.
This allows for additional customer touch points in the direction that works best for your room. Whether you’re looking at placing a traditional reception desk or service counter, these flexible desks can be configured to suit. They work brilliantly as clinic counters too, creating extra space available for staff and patient contact, while also allowing maximum privacy to be maintained.
For really hard to fit spaces, consider having a corner desk made to order - to your own individual specifications.
It’s surprisingly affordable and allows you to get more from even the most complex layouts and awkwardly shaped rooms. As well as being incredibly practical, our corner desks are as stylish as the rest of our office furniture ranges, with a wide selection of designs to choose from to ensure that making the most efficient use of space never means having to compromise on aesthetics. Complete the look with matching storage and chairs from our extensive range.
As commercial and office furniture experts (we’ve been supplying companies like yours since 2006).
You can trust us to advise you on so much more than just reception desks - we’ll also supply everything from space planning services to colour matching to helpful solutions for public-facing furnishings that can make all the difference to busy spaces, like cable management to keep trailing wires away from staff and visitors and even soft furnishings with built in charging points.