Modern Glass Desks & Clamp On Keyboard Trays
The Modern Home Office: Glass Computer Desks & Clamp-On Keyboard Trays
Setting up shop for your modern home office starts with a fabulous glass computer desk like those shown here, where you'll have the beginnings of order - and an amazing focal piece, to boot.
Many newer style glass desks have keyboard trays built in but if you've an older frosted glass desk design, a no-installation, clamp-on keyboard tray (like those I've included here) will have you up and running with just a few clips. Who knew?
Glass desks for home offices are ideal for even small spaces, as their transparency lends an air of, well . . .air . . . loftiness-- times three.
Scroll down for a look at several styles of modern glass desks--in frosted white, clear and black glass to suit your planned decor theme, along with the clamp on keyboard tray, if that's what you're after and I'll give you a few helpful home office pointers to get you from point 'A' to point 'B'-usiness in no time!
Image credit: Amazon.com. The modern glass & metal computer desk with keyboard tray for home use is available below.
Small Glass Top Computer Desk, Clear with Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
Small Techni Mobili Glass Top Computer Desk, Clear with Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
Small Glass Top Computer Desk, Clear with Fixed-Position Keyboard Tray/Shelf by Madison
Multi-Level L-Shape Glass Computer Desk
with Pull-Out Keyboard Shelf
Medium White Frosted Glass Top Modern Computer Desk with Slide/Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
Medium/Large Modern Frosted Glass Top Computer Desk without Slide/Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
Medium White Frosted Glass Top Computer Desk without Slide/Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
Modern Clear Glass & Metal Chrome Finish Corner Laptop Computer Desk without Keyboard Shelf
Modern Clear Glass & Metal Chrome Finish Corner Computer Desk with Slide Out Keyboard Shelf
For some home offices, you may get by with using a small corner for your computer work. Ideally, a glass corner desk will fit the bill quite nicely. You'll get the most from the least amount of your appointed floor space by pairing up a corner desk with several shelves above the desk. Going up will make the best use of your working arrangement.
A glass top computer desk, a few shelves and task lighting and you'll be well on your way to a fortune 500 company--from home!
Large L-Shaped Black Glass Computer Desk with Slide-Out Keyboard Tray
Clamp On Keyboard Tray/Shelf for Glass Computer Desks: Fellowes - DeskReady Keyboard Drawer, 19-1/8 x 9-3/4
Clamp On Keyboard Tray/Shelf for Glass Computer Desks: Fellowes Tilt-n-Slide Pro Keyboard Manager (8060201)
Clamp On Keyboard Tray/Shelf for Glass Computer Desks: Kensington SnapLock Keyboard Tray - No Tools
Keyboard holder for desk keyboard self for desk,
lounge chair with tablet arm
Large Corner Glass Desk with Removable L-Shape Computer Station
Ideal for Home Use
Small Black Glass Top Computer Desk with Slide/Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
Small Black Glass Metal Top Computer Desk with Slide/Pull-Out Keyboard Tray/Shelf
For us decorators, black glass loves metals of all finishes, so you can't go wrong with matching up your new computer desk with steel grey, taupe or even white painted walls. You might even consider painting a few walls white and your focal wall grey for a balance of light and dark.
I mentioned earlier, how versatile these black and white glass desks are in your home office decor. So, here's a glimpse at two totally modern, low-cost black glass desks you'll love if you've been pining for an office 'sophisticate' in your space (well, other than yourself, of course).
Multi-Level Black Metal & Glass Computer Desk with Work Station
Where space is at a premium, going up for useful storage space makes sense. The multi-level desk surface of this sophisticated black glass computer desk has a work station built in along with a very useful keyboard shelf that slides out for convenience.
I recommend this larger desk for a more involved arrangement where your home office needs more attention to detail.
With room to accommodate lots more that obvious, you'll more than likely be pleasantly surprised.