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Corner Desks for Home Offices
Nobody Puts Baby in the Corner...Desk
That's a pretty poorly conceived pun, you might be thinking to yourself. You might also be pondering whether that title is a pun at all. In truth, you're right, the title is a little bit of a stretch, and it seems mostly irrelevant to the subject at hand which is corner desks. Those are all valid concerns, and while I appreciate your input, ultimately, the decision to leave the terrible corner desk non-pun is my decision, and I'm rolling with it. Hopefully, at least, you'll respect my dedication.
But my puns aren't the reason you're here. The reason you're here is because you have an unused corner of your home office, and you want it to be non-unused. Corner desks are a great way to efficiently use the space in your home office to its fullest extent, plus it lets you maximize the amount of space that you have to work with. Sometimes you'll have sprawling papers all over your desk, and a corner desk will increase your desk square footage with extra surface area to do stuff.
Some people aspire to have the corner office one day. Why worry about status, when really it's just a manifestation of the fragile ego? Instead, aspire to have a corner desk. That's where the real workers are separated from the poseurs.