With Furniture Ferret you can search dozens of outlets to find shallow 30cm deep computer desks to fit any home office. Please find the results below. Here you can also buy all sorts of furniture, bathroom fixtures and appliances by size, colour and price.
Width: 42.3 cm
Height: 68 cm
Depth: 28 cm
Composed of a dressing table and a stool, a suitable gift for girl ages 3 to 6 years old- Shake your hand in front of the mirror, mirror door opens automatically with light and pure music. While satisfying the princess dream of children, it also enhances their developmental skills and encourages them to use their imagination. Perfect for 30cm deep spaces. Buy it from Aosom UK.
Width: 48 cm
Height: 43 cm
Depth: 29 cm
The opening on the left for you computer tower unit measures H43 x W29 x D48 cm (The shelf above is removeable, for if you have an oversized tower unit, making the available height 55 cm). The two shelves on the right measure H27 x W59 x D49 cm (The shelf is removable and height adjustable). Walnut is a extremely high quality timber with a dense grain, this makes it the suitable choice for building eye-catching and spectacular furniture. Suitable for a space 30 cm deep. From Elegant Furniture.
Width: 45 cm
Height: 45 cm
Depth: 25 cm
Length and width of item against wall is 87.5cm. Great desk perfect for use in your room due to the small amount of space it uses. Keyboard shelf 6.5h x 59w x 17d cm when extended. Perfect for use as an office or computer small depth pc desk it is also ideal as a homework station or crafting small depth table. shallow computer Desk comprises a large triangular top and lower shelf for storing computer towers, printers etc. Recommended for 30cm deep spaces. At The Range.
Width: 39 cm
Height: 33 cm
Depth: 25 cm
Its simple white colour scheme means it fits in with most home decoration and it has two side cubbies. Each cubby measures H33 x W25 x D39cm. This durable table is perfect for use as a workstation for crafts or homework, a desk for writing or computers. Knee gap H73 x W60 x D32cm. At The Range.
Width: 44 cm
Height: 47 cm
Depth: 27 cm
Chair aperture measures H63 x W65 cm. The pedestal has a top drawer measuring H7 x W23 x D24.5 cm. The elegantly crafted, hand carved fluted columns and panelled design detail make this beautiful piece the centrepiece of your room. The internal cupboard dimensions are H47 x W27 x D44 cm. Finished to exceptional standards using a mid gloss lacquer, offering durability whilst maintaining the uncomplicated beauty of the wood. At Elegant Furniture.
Width: 44 cm
Height: 47 cm
Depth: 27 cm
Chair aperture measures H63 x W65 cm. The pedestal has a top drawer measuring H7 x W23 x D24.5 cm. Coordinating home office furniture is also available in the La Reine range to compliment this piece. The beautifully crafted, hand carved fluted columns and panelled design detail make this astonishing piece the focal point of your room. The internal cupboard dimensions are H47 x W27 x D44 cm. Get it from Elegant Furniture.
Width: 46 cm
Height: 42 cm
Depth: 24 cm
The shelves on the right side of the unit are H25 x W52 x D47 cm each, suitable for Your printer or other computer accessories. Two drawers H7 x W17 x D29 cm, suitable for storing stationery, cartridges etc. The desk top has been inlaid with green Oscar, to provide the chic look of leather whilst being more resilient. At Elegant Furniture.
Width: 50 cm
Height: 43 cm
Depth: 23 cm
The opening on the left for you computer tower unit measures H43 x W23 x D50 cm (The shelf above is removeable, for if you have an oversized tower unit, making the available height 60 cm). The two shelves on the right measure H22 x W47 x D50 cm (The shelf is removable and height adjustable). Walnut is a extremely high quality timber with a dense grain, this makes it the ideal choice for building wonderful and unique furniture. Buy at Elegant Furniture.
Width: 74 cm
Height: 44 cm
Depth: 8 cm
The back wall is made of bent steel sheet what is painted with blue (RAL7045) or white (RAL9003) powder paint. The outer frame of the Brenta wall desk is made of solid oak wood (34x34), covered with clear varnish. In the rear wall is the metal hoop a stotage for PC other items. Flap door made of fiberboard (MDF16) which is painted with gray wettpaint (Archer). Buy it from Archiproducts UK.
Width: 110 cm
Height: 46 cm
Depth: 18 cm
Gr8 Home Wooden Regis Extending Computer shallow pc Desk with 2 Drawers Home Dresser Office Console Dressing shallow Table Furniture Get it at The Range.
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Placing a computer desk needs more floor space than just the item itself, as you will need about 50-76 cm extra behind the chair. Keeping this area free means that you will be able to push the chair back to get up, or in an office turn around to access a credenza or bookshelf behind you. Together with the chair, this means keeping a space 100 cm deep free in front of a computer desk. For example, 30 cm deep computer desks would require a 130 cm deep floor space in total. The extra room behind the chair doesn't need to be dead space, as it can double as the room you need to get to a dresser, filing cabinet, or a bookshelf.
The two things to consider when it comes to colours is balance and associations. Balance simply means that the colours should ideally be coordinated, so that it looks like a unit. This can be achieved by using a colour wheel, and choosing colours that are either quite close to each other (as colours that are only different in lightness or intensity do go together, but small variations in the actual tone or hue can also work), or relatively far, like on opposite sides of the wheel (complementary colours like blue and yellow). 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, 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 very different for different people. Blue is often associated with productivity, but also stability, calmness and even sadness. Green is clearly the colour of nature, and is said to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow). White can be connected to peacefulness, cleanliness, innocence and emptiness, and, for example, mourning in India. Red is considered to be the colour of friendship, energy, leadership, desire and revenge - a very wide range of feelings. But it is clear that in nature, it signals danger or importance, so it should be put next to a calm colour to allow the brain to rest. These emotions point in so many directions that these guides seem to boil down to just one piece of advice: pause and consider what the colour means for you.
Another one is shown in the next figure, 273, the desk open to show the fine workmanship. This book case which was made between 1730 and 1760, is eight feet six inches high, and must have been made for a house of consequence, Owing to its great size. The bookcases were not dwarfed by the beds and clocks shown in previous chapters.
A very elegant secretary, with glass doors in Gothic style, is shown in Figure 274. It is made of solid mahog any, like its fellowS already shown, and in one of the secret drawers is written the following inscription:
"This secretary originally belonged to a family named Wil cox, of Worcester, England, and was brought to this country by one of the family in 1810, and was then about seventy-five years old, having been made between the years 1732 and 1738." Pasted on another drawer is still a second record of ownership: "Presented to my wife as a token of respect on my birthday of seventy years, March 16, 1881. " J. N. Bates, M.D."
By some strange vicissitude of fate, this old desk wound up in Worcester, Massachusetts, nearly 150 years after it was made in Worcester, England.
General Washington was always on the alert to buy comforts and luxuries to make Mount Vernon more attractive. In 1774 (he was only Colonel then) he bought many goods from the splendid home of the Fair fax family on the Potomac. Owing to the decision of the family to remain in England, all their household goods at " Belvoir " were to be sold at auction. The list of what Colonel Washington bought is still preserved. There were many items, chiefly of mahogany, — beds, tables, sideboards, etc., — and among them was one mahogany desk for which he paid £16 16s., a very high price, indeed, for those days. It was at this desk, no doubt, that he wrote those long letters containing such minute directions to his factors in London, regarding the business they transacted for him, and the goods they purchased for him, including his and Mrs. Washington's clothes.
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