You can see the thinking process may take a little longer than just walking into the local department store and walking out with tables in tow. To do it right, you really have to think about the office, the people, and what they need. This list is definitely not all-inclusive, but it also gives you plenty to consider.
Purpose. Start with considering whether the office table will be used mostly for paper work or for computer work or for both. Whether it needs to accommodate other equipment and drawers needs to be taken into account. Variety of such questions should be answered to determine the basic purpose against each table you require before finalizing your designs.
Finally, have a clean cloth and then wipe up the office desk weekly. This could prolong the sturdiness and attractiveness of the office table. If the table has drawers it is a must to clean it as well. If probable, avoid having figurines and displays on top of the table. The figurines only attract dust that lets the desk much harder to clean.
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