With Furniture Ferret you can search multiple online retailes to find shallow 30cm deep desks suitable for any home office. We hope you will find what you are looking for below. On Furniture Ferret you can also search for many different types of furniture, sinks and bathtubs and appliances by size, style and price.
Width: 64 cm
Height: 60 cm
Depth: 17 cm
PÅHL shallow Desk top shelf, white, 64x60 cm With this top shelf in white, PÅHL small depth desk grows – in height. Simple to mount in place and gives you lots of space for books, binders or things you like and want to show off. Ideal for 30 cm deep spaces. Buy it from IKEA.
Width: 204 cm
Height: 83 cm
Depth: 21 cm
Perfect if you are searching for a shallow 30cm deep desk. The set is completed with a fitting cushioned stool, this elegant and vintage styled set is suitable for any bedroom and décor. This HOMCOM Dressing table elevates any bedroom, has 5 drawers to keep jewelry and cosmetics. Also offers one large round mirror for your convenience, making it an perfect place for you to get ready. Buy it from Aosom IE.
Width: 80 cm
Height: 80.5 cm
Depth: 30 cm
Whether you live in a single room apartment or a luxury villa, whether you are the host or the guest, our console shallow table makes an immediate impression when you enter the room. Features a drawer and a shelf for a lot of storage, with an large tabletop for photos album and ornaments. Crafted into an elegant design to blend in its surroundings with ease. Great if you are looking for a shallow 30cm deep desk. At Aosom IE.
Width: 60 cm
Height: 75 cm
Depth: 15 cm
HOMCOM 2 pcs tea shallow table has retro and industrial style, one-of-a-kind and eye-chatching design will absolutely improve your home's decoration taste, at the same time solve matching problem. Pay once and get two of them, you deserve it! Unchanging shape can cause visual fatigue. From Aosom IE.
Width: 45 cm
Height: 51.5 cm
Depth: 30 cm
HOMCOM C-shape side small depth table decorated with marble grain tabletop surface which made it a good-looking and charismatic furniture fits every décor in your living space. Because of the creative C-shape design, it can be inserted into the sofa or bed, extremely practical, saving space at the same time. Constructed of quality particle board and steel, suitable for long term using. Add some chic to your home! Purchase from Aosom IE.
Width: 100 cm
Height: 76 cm
Depth: 30 cm
Finished with four small feet to elevate and long handles to open and close the drawers easily. It boasts two drawers, a bottom shelf and a flat shallow table top, so there's lots of storage room. It also amps up the striking look of the whole piece, which looks great by itself or mixed with other furniture. Buy at Aosom IE.
Width: 33 cm
Height: 42 cm
Depth: 28 cm
Its elevated feet make it more stable and prevent your items from moisture. This HOMCOM 2 Drawer side table will offer enough room for your pajamas, underwear and socks. With the simple and elegant style design, it fits any of your indoor space. A thick wood framework is accentuated with 2 large drawers to serve your taste for function and style. Suitable storage choice for your lovely home！ Buy from Aosom IE.
Width: 100 cm
Height: 80.5 cm
Depth: 30 cm
This HOMCOM console table with simple grey and no other patterns can surely match to different kinds style of your furniture and better reflects your personal style! It works great as a console table, entry way table, display table, etc. Made of P2 certified MDF board to ensure durable use. The X structures on both sides comes with fashion sense and extra stability. Shop now at Aosom IE.
Placing a desk needs a larger area than just that occupied by the item itself, as you will also need approx. 50-76 cm extra behind the chair. Reserving this space means that you can push the chair back to get up, or in an office swivel to access a credenza or bookshelf behind you. So altogether you will need a space 100 cm deep free in front of a desk. For example, 30 cm deep desks would require a 130 cm deep space in total. It doesn't mean that the room behind the chair is dead space, though, as it can also be used as the area you need to access a dresser, filing cabinet, or a bookshelf.
Measure both the width and the depth of the space where you'd like to put a desk. The easiest 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 not diagonal, 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 someone else to help, or split the distance up into multiple parts. This can be done by either holding the tape down halfway 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 make a mark on your floor, try putting down a pointy object like a pencil there. Don't forget to avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't be able to go like electric sockets. Also don't forget to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is uneven.
The colour scheme in your room can be a bit accidental, but it has a great effect on the feelings you get from your room. The two main things to consider for everything colour is balance and associations. Balance means that the colours should be coordinated in some way, so that the room looks like a unit. This can be achieved by using a colour wheel, and selecting colours that are either quite close to each other (colours that are only different in intensity of lightness always go together, but slight differences in the actual hue can also be fine), or relatively far, for example on different halves of the wheel (complementary colours like blue and yellow) or on different thirds (for example, cyan-orange-purple). Other colour combinations are likely be somewhat jarring just based on how our eyes and brains process colour. Associations with and emotions connected to colours are equally important to keep in mind, and there is no shortage of guides for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. In all likelihood these associations are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be quite different in different cultures or just for different individuals. Blue is often connected to productivity, but also stability, calmness and even sadness. Green is clearly the colour of nature, and is considered to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow). Pink is considered to bring kindness, romance, nurturing and calmness, but it was the choice for masculine clothing over many decades. Red is regarded as the colour of friendship, energy, leadership, desire and revenge, which is a very wide range of feelings. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger or importance, so you probably need to put it next to a neutral colour to allow the eye to rest. These associations point in so many different directions that these guides all seem to boil down to just this: pause and see what the colour means for you.
We want to allow everyone to live comfortably even if they only own a small area they call home. We scour the Internet for thousands of tables, cabinets, shelves, shoe cabinets, beds, armchairs and so on by size, to find just the right one to go in that unused corner and turn it into a practical office, or to find that extra long sofa that is still narrow enough to squeeze through the bedroom door. From the kitchen to the bedroom, don't just live around furniture - buy furniture that lives with you.