You don't have to sacrifice tons of space to create an at-home workspace—all you really need is to take advantage of that awkward corner in your room that's not being used for anything. (You know the one.) A corner desk, whether it's triangular or L-shaped, can help you make use of that spot and give you all the room you need to get your work done. Maybe you just need a small tabletop area, or maybe you need shelves that can be fully stocked with supplies. Or maybe you're just looking to add a homework nook to your kid's room—in any case, these corner desks have you covered.
This beautiful oak desk has a slide-out keyboard tray disguised as a drawer, a circular cord keeper to make sure all your chargers are where you need them. The bottom shelf is great for storage, too.
If the natural wood look isn't for you, this desk is a pretty close alternative to the first one, but it comes in gray, mint, and red and features a drawer instead of a keyboard tray.
For a workspace that requires more storage, this corner desk is full of adjustable shelf space for storing paperwork, books, and other supplies. It also has a slide-out keyboard tray for easy typing, too.
An option that takes up even less space? A wall-mounted corner desk, like this one with cubbies for storing necessities or displaying a few of your favorite things.
For turning even the tiniest corner into a workspace, this little floating desk table is just the thing you need. And it somehow manages to pack some storage space in there with the cubbies and drawer, too.
If you've got space to spare, an L-shaped desk like this one will have plenty of room for all your work supplies and will look great in just about any empty corner.
This L-shaped desk has four cubbies on one side for stowing away or displaying your things, and an open desktop on the other for getting your work done, no matter what corner you're in.
Add a little extra storage space to a traditional corner writing desk by getting one that has a matching removable hutch, where you can store small desk supplies, organize paperwork or stow books out of the way, and even keep a plant or two.
Or, keep things ultra-simple and sleek with a glass-topped metal desk—perfect for those who really just need a tabletop without extra storage options.
If your kid's room is small but you still want to fit a desk in for them to draw and do homework, this corner desk will work perfectly. Plus, it looks like a scaled-down version of a grown-up desk, which is pretty adorable.