The materials used in its construction also influence the personality of your executive desk. The most common material used is real wood veneer. This might be surprising to you because most people think that solid wood is the best. However, veneer, such as cherry or mahogany, often looks better than solid wood because of the way it is cut. In addition, solid wood often warps or splits with changes in humidity while a veneer covering medium density fiberboard or MDF will not. Hard and exotic woods are the most common for the wood veneers of executive desks. Examples include cherry, teak, walnut, maple, ash, oak, birds eye maples, or sapeli pommele. Depending on the color scheme of your office and other furniture, you should pick a wood that reflects those choices.
The most common types of office workstations you will find are linear or straight workstations, cluster or L shaped workstations, single pentagon, single seater, four pentagon or seater, cubicle and F3 and F2 screen systems. They are all great options, but you are better off letting your office needs dictate which type is best for it.
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