Are luxury executive desks worth it? That’s exactly what we’ll be talking about in this post along with what you should be looking for in a luxury executive desk.
Here are the criteria:
Strong build quality & will last for years
The saying goes, ‘you get what you pay for, and that is no less the case when it comes to choosing a desk for your workspace. Executive desks are constructed to last, composed of durable materials that can withstand the effects of daily use over long periods of time.
Materials that are scratch, spill, stain and shock resistant are used in executive desks to ensure your purchase of an executive desk is an investment in a long-lasting product to be proud of. Hard wearing woods, strong metals, and classic marble are often present in executive desk design for this very reason.
When constructing your executive desk, close attention to detail is paid to ensure a high standard of finish that is built to last. This expert craftsmanship results in a product that will not require to be replaced for many years, meaning you can get on with your business without worrying about changing over your furniture any time soon.
Executive desks don’t fall within one narrow category of style, and there is a range of options available to suit your needs. What all executive desks have in common, however, is that they are beautifully designed, with both aesthetic and functional concerns in mind.
Whether you opt for a grand, classic design in oak or walnut, or a more modern construction incorporating marble and metal, your executive desk is sure to make a statement. Think about the size, shape and style of your office; what other furniture you already have; what image you wish to convey – we can guarantee you will find an executive desk to fit.
The discerning executive will also be aware of the importance of ensuring your desk works for you. Executive desks incorporate a range of smart features and clever storage to ensure they work as hard as you do, keeping your space clutter free and professional. This can boost productivity, by avoiding the trap of ‘messy space, messy mind’, and allow you to focus on the task at hand.
Tells people who you are & commands authority
As an executive, it goes without saying, you fulfil a different role to other members of staff, and most likely you wish to command respect in the workplace. Why wouldn’t you use your office and the furniture in it to convey that message by differentiating your space?
The furniture we put in our rooms has a huge impact on the tone and atmosphere of that space. Think about how textures, colours and lighting all impact your mood in a space. Your office is no different, and an executive desk helps to command authority.