Wave desks help create a dynamic look to any office or ICT classroom. Take a look at the Elm Workspace online store’s range of waved or curved desk options. These modern, sharp designs are great for creating a contemporary and forward looking interior style.
Wave or curved desks earned their name from the way that the front edge - the user facing side - has a wave like or curved appearance. This kind of desk will typically offer the same amount of desktop space, but with a more aesthetically engaging appearance. Whether or not you prefer this style to a straight edge is a matter of taste or depends on the rest of your furniture design styles. But a wave desk still features all the other characteristics that you’d expect from a computer desk.
These desks still come in various finishes - white, walnut, oak, and so on - just like our other desk options. They are also sturdy and reliable, with a large, uninterrupted leg space for the user to be able to sit comfortably and safely. In the far corners - away from the user’s side - along the straight edge, there are still cable ports, just like other computer desks. But they feature distinctive curve or wave edge.
This design feature subtly evoked a feeling of motion and encourages the user to think dynamically when they enter the room and are greeted by a bank of waved desks. The finished look is particularly effective when desks are paired into complementing pairs - as in, two opposing wave or curved desks will work together so that the corresponding “thing” end of the respecting waves will meet. Despite the pleasing aesthetics, this also helps to subliminally give workers a feeling that each desk is separate and is their own space.
There are various styles and looks to choose from too. Make sure that you choose the waved desk which is right for your office. If you are unsure about how to do this or just want some ideas and advice from an expert, get in touch with our team before ordering online. Also, remember to order an ergonomic chair so that users of these desks can sit safely and avoid muscle strains and aches.