Most non-executive desks are made with particleboard rather than MDF. Because of the MDF and the hard or exotic wood veneers, executive desks are usually of higher quality than your typical office furniture. Another feature that adds to the quality is the addition of a clear top coat on the desk surface protects against moisture or prevents scratching.
The functionality of an executive desk can reflect the needs of the individual who uses it. Features include lots of storage, compartments for hiding computer hardware, a side credenza, and/or locking drawers. As you might expect, the added functionality and high quality of an executive desk can make this piece of office furniture quite expensive. You will usually spend around $2,000 for something decent, but you could spend as much as $10,000 or more.
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