Tikal Work From Home Desk
The Tikal Work From Home Desk will give your workspace a mid-century modern
upgrade with the black hairpin legs, which will add both stability and style to any home furniture setting. Available with triple slimline rods, the hairpin legs sit at a reclined
angle in each corner of the desktop, complemented by matching hairpin feet for the
wooden storage unit and chic shelf brackets to make up the complete home office setup.
- Measures: 1000w or 1200w x 600d x 730h
- Rectangular desks 600mm deep with black hairpin legs
- 18mm desktops available in onyx grey, kendal oak and white
- Available in 1000 and 1200 wide top sizes with support bars
- Support pedestal available for 1400mm wide desks with drawers or door options
- Sleigh frame design for a contemporary, stylish look in the home office
- Choice of matching storage to complement the range
With home office desks becoming more and more of a requirement, we are here to help!
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Why Buying Second Hand Office Furniture Can Benefit You
Used furniture – or ‘pre-loved’ as we like to refer – is obviously cheaper than buying new. It’s a fact. But the plus side is that a lot of used office furniture can still appear brand new. Whether you’re re-decorating your office or just starting up, used office furniture can not only give you the look you want at the price you can afford, it also allows unique customisation.
- Low Cost
- Quicker delivery
When we buy in used office furniture we always take in to consideration the condition of each item. We check thoroughly to make sure all aspects of each item is in complete working order and looks the part aesthetically. Of course, we do advise to keep in mind when buying used office furniture, aside from the above mentioned benefits, that in future you may expand, add to to your workforce and need to buy more and this is when the same styles may be less available a year down the line! However we’ll always have something similar – and this is where customisation and uniqueness comes in.