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No Assembly Required Computer Desks and Furniture

No assembly required computer desks and furniture is the ideal choice for a home office or study. Choose the perfect spot for your ready built furniture and enjoy its benefits.

Different designs and styles

Modern no assembly computer desks are available in a wide variety of style options to suit your room. A four drawer desk offers sufficient space for working and storage. If space is limited a compact desk may be more suitable.

For the contemporary home office or study, the range of no assembly computer desks includes elegant and stylish desks in a variety of materials. Choose solid wood and clean lines for a business look that suggests efficiency and productivity. Alternatively select cool glass for a modern and sleek office.

Traditional no assembly computer desks includes a selection of rustic style solid oak desks with plenty of practical modern features. Choose from endless amounts of storage space, from cupboards and drawers to cubbyholes.

Although computers were not invented when classic retro furniture became first available, many computer desks have a vintage inspired look. Choose authentic retro desks made from teak, pine or metal, or alternatively choose elegant shabby chic writing bureaus .

Farmhouse or country style no assembly computer desks ranges from chunky rustic desks with side cupboard or drawers, to a stylish minimalist trestle table made from reclaimed solid wood.

Other no assembly required computer desks and furniture options

To create a portable workstation you need a cushioned laptop computer lap tray. The contoured tray has a cushioned base for comfortable positioning on your lap and a built in adjustable LED desk lamp. Laptop trays with an adjustable stand are also available.

For home office workers who like to minimise their time sitting down, there is an ergonomic standing desk available. The modern no assembly computer desk looks like a mini desk and is positioned on top of a desk to provide a work surface at a higher level.

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