Where to get 135 cm deep desks?

Search for a desk with a specific 135 cm depth online by size as well as price. Results from multiple outlets to make the most of a small office.

L Shaped Office Computer Desk Corner Study Table Black
$129.99
at Catch.com.au

Width: 140 cm
Height: 72 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Perfect for 135cm deep spaces. ANTI-SLIP BASE: The space-saving desk features an anti-slip base to ensure you work well and are steady in every way. Size: 140 x 130 x 72 cm. STURDY CONSTRUCTION: The computer desk is made of sturdy 15mm particleboard construction with a smooth melamine finish. PANORAMIC PRESENCE: With an L-shaped configuration, the desk lets you have your attention to everything in one glance.

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How do I know if a desk is for a good price?
$152.19 is the average price of desks that match your search. Most of the desks here cost from $119.95 to $190.90. This means that 90% of the products are between the two figures. You can check what the expected price of a product in this category is by looking at the median value. The median price is $149.90 which means that exactly half of the desks costs more and half costs less.
Computer Desk L-Shape White
$163
at Ozily Furniture

Width: 136 cm
Height: 72.5 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Ideal as a 135 cm deep desk. Overall dimensions: 136cm x 130cm x 72.5cm. Naturally, you will also appreciate the robust desk structure with its long-lasting 15mm thick particle board construction and smooth melamine finish. Not least, the space-saving desk has an anti-slip base to ensure you work good and steady in every way. Better still, the desk also features a cable grommet to enable any cabling to be seamlessly...

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Artiss Office Computer Desk Corner Student Study Table Workstation L-Shape Black
$190.90
at Catch.com.au

Width: 136 cm
Height: 72.5 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 135 cm deep desk. Artiss Office Computer Desk Corner Student Study Table Workstation L-Shape Black

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Artiss Office Computer Desk Corner Student Study Table Workstation L-Shape Shelf White
$190.90
at Catch.com.au

Width: 136 cm
Height: 72.5 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Great if you are looking for a 135 cm deep desk. Artiss Office Computer Desk Corner Student Study Table Workstation L-Shape Shelf White

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Artiss Corner Computer Desk with Storage Shelves L-Shape Study Student Office Table Workstation White
$119.95
at Catch.com.au

Width: 136 cm
Height: 72.5 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Recommended if you are searching for a 135 cm deep desk. Overall dimensions: 136cm x 130cm x 72.5cm. Naturally, you will also appreciate the durable desk structure with its sturdy 15mm thick particle board construction and smooth melamine finish. Not least, the space-saving desk boasts an anti-slip base to ensure you work good and steady in every way. Better still, the desk also boasts a cable grommet to enable any cabling to be neatly streamlined under...

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How much space should I leave in front of a desk?
Placing a desk needs more floor space than just the item itself, as you will also need about 50-76 cm behind the chair. Keeping this area free means that you can easily push the chair back to stand up, or turn around to access a credenza or bookshelf behind you. Together with the chair, this means keeping an area 100 cm deep free in front of a desk. For example, 135 cm deep desks would require a 235 cm deep space in total. This doesn't mean that the area behind the chair is dead space, though, as it can double as the space required to access a dresser, filing cabinet, or a bookshelf.
Advwin L-Shaped Office Desk Computer Desk Corner Desk Study Table for Home Office Black
$149.90
at Catch.com.au

Width: 140 cm
Height: 72 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Ideal for 135 cm deep spaces. Advwin L-Shaped Office Desk Computer Desk Corner Desk Study Table for Home Office Black

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L Shaped Computer Desk with Storage Shelf Home Corner Office Study Desk Table Workstation Black
$132.89
at Catch.com.au

Width: 140 cm
Height: 72 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Ideal as a 135 cm deep desk. L-shaped Design: This study desk utilize standard L shaped design which fits snuggly in a corner and allow you effectively take the advantage of any room even in small space. 2-tier Open Shelves: Storage shelf on the side of the desk provide a ideal home for mini printers, paper and books, but keeps them within simple reach while its detachable design allow it can be installed on right or left.

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L Shaped Corner Computer Desk with Storage Shelves Study Table Ergonomic Workstation White
$139.99
at Catch.com.au

Width: 140 cm
Height: 72 cm
Depth: 130 cm

Suitable for a space 135 cm deep. L Shaped Corner Computer Desk with Storage Shelves Study Table Ergonomic Workstation White

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From the history of furniture: Desks And Secretaries Part 2

Desks And Secretaries Part 2

Michael Angelo Pergolesi produced a work on Deco- ration," which also showed many furniture designs, and he was distinguished for the exquisite decorations which he painted on such furniture as the Adam brothers de signed. He dedicated his book in the following high- sounding terms: " To the Memory of the Late Most High and Puissant Prince, Hugh Percy, Duke of Northumberland, avIio was a Patron of the Arts, and to whose Virtues this work is Dedicated by His Most Grateful and Humble Servant." The book contains mm over seventy large pages of the most exquisite and dainty designs for ceilings, wails, chimney-pieces, furni ture, frames, etc., and is a mine for those in search of beautiful ornament.

In France also many books on furniture and decora tion were produced. These were brought to England, and from them the English makers drew many choice designs which they copied bodily or adapted to suit their customers. After such a list as this, it does not seem strange that we made good work. Among the illustra tions in these books one is rather surprised to find, com- parath'ely, so few desks and secretaries. Many pieces of furniture for strictly bedroom use, like dressing-tables and stands, have in them a drawer which is called a "furniture drawer," in the description. In this drawer, which was cut up into many compartments, were spaces for pens, ink, writing paper, pins, wax, wafers and all the things which went to make up the writing parapher nalia, before the days of the fountain pen. So much furniture, other than what it appeared to be, was made during the eighteenth century that in many of them could be tucked what was needful to indite a billet-doux, or receipt a due bill.

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Questions and answers

How to measure the space to fit a desk in?

Measure both the width and the depth of the space where you'd like to place a desk. The most accurate way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the start down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the opposite edge. Make sure the tape is parallel to the side of the area, or else you get a value larger than the reality. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to with your arms, ask a friend to assist, or split what you need to measure up into multiple parts. This can be done by either holding the tape down partway through and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and start a new measurement. If you would not like to draw on your floor, try putting down a pointy object like a screwdriver there. You should avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't go like pipes. Also don't forget to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is uneven like spaces under the stairs.

What is the best color for a desk?

If you can choose between different colors for a desk that fits your space, it is helpful to know how different colors work together. The two things to consider for everything color is balance and associations. Balance means that the colors should be coordinated, so that the space looks like a unit instead of a random collection of elements. Usual techniques to achieve this are considering a color wheel, and selecting colors that are either quite close to each other (as colors that are only different in intensity of lightness always go together, but slight differences in the actual tone can also be fine), or quite far, for example on different halves of the wheel (complementary colors like red and green) or on different thirds (for example, cyan-orange-purple). Other color combinations are likely be somewhat jarring just based on how our eyes and brains process color. Associations with and emotions connected to colors are also important to keep in mind. In all likelihood these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be quite different in different cultures or just for different people. The associations can even be contradictory, making it even more difficult to use them as a guide. Blue is often connected to productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is clearly the color of nature, and is considered to be connected to safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures this latter is yellow instead). Pink is considered to bring kindness, romance, nurturing and calmness, but it was the choice for masculine clothing over many decades. Red is considered to be the color of friendship, energy, leadership, desire and anger - a very wide range of feelings. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger and importance, so you probably need to put it next to a calm color to allow the brain to rest. These associations are so varied that these guidelines all seem to boil down to just one piece of advice: pause and think what the color means for you.

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