Make The Most Of Your Workspace With A Multifunctional Desk – 20 Space Saving And Creative Ideas

You can’t afford to waste space when there’s the option of using it productively. Why have two or three separate pieces of furniture when you can only have one that fulfills all the functions you need? We’re talking about multifunctional furniture.It’s about including as many functions and elements in a simple design as possible.

Worknest.

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The Worknest system was designed by Wiltoria Lenart. It’s a sleek wooden desk with groves which allows you to easily attach other elements such as shelves, boards or flower pots. This means you can accessorize your workspace however you want without wasting any more floorspace. The system also includes a divider.

Oxymoron Desk.

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It was designed by Anna Lotova and it cleverly combines hard and soft surfaces, hence the name. It’s made of two plywood sheets which form the top and bottom layers of the desk. In between there are two thick layers of soft, upholstered foam. Items such as books or folders can be stored in between these two layers. You can also stick boards in there to form additional side tables.

Drawers wall desk.

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This clever little desk was designed by Glenn Ross. The piece can be mounted on the wall anywhere there’s some free space. When not used, the desk simply closes and becomes a compact piece. It has slots and drawers and it’s a perfect writing desk for small homes.

Wall desk.

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Another small and space-saving piece is the desk designed by Studio Unieke. It has a minimalist design and it’s called S01. When closed, the desk can serve as a practical storage unit. When opened, it becomes a workspace for one person. It has a built-in power strip for the cables and it’s made of powder coated steel and coated multiplex.

Magic multifunctional desk.

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What may seem like a plain and simple table is actually a multifunctional piece which hides many secrets. Created by Adretcient Design Studio, this desk features a birch top with perforated circular holes. This means that the components can be moved around and reconfigured in various ways. You can either cover the entire base to have a large table or remove some of the panels and add containers.

Kant Bureau.

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Featuring a very simple but very practical design, this minimalist desk lets you store things like books, folders or other small supplies or objects at the back while the front part remains free of any clutter. It’s a very simple idea. Just get all the things out of the way so you can work without being uncomfortable.{found on site}.

Workspace and bed.

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Too much work without any sleep or breaks means you can’t concentrate and be productive so, every once in a while, you have to change the pase. This piece is called the Workbed and, as its name suggests, it lets you take a nap at your workplace if needed. Of course, such a desk can also be perfect for a tiny home and you can use the same surface as an actual bed on which to get a good night’s sleep. With the push of a button the desk flips to reveal a mattress. It even has a nightstand at one end.

Tambour.

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The Tambour Table was designed by Michael Bambino and it looks like any average table when it is, in fact, a very practical desk or computer table. The tabletop can be rotated to the other side and it reveals storage and USB connections but also a power source. This ingenious design lets you hide the cables with ease.

Concept.

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Designed by Francois Dransart, this desk has a modular structure and features a series of boxes which can be traded in and out. The only things that stay the same are the legs and the surface while all these slots are interchangeable. You can use them to optimize your workspace and shift between tasks more easily. You can also easily reconfigure the desk.

Bookshelf, chair and table.

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The Pi Workstation was designed by Joe Manus. It’s a multifunctional piece of furniture, ideal for small spaces. It serves as a desk but also as a bookshelf and a chair. In addition, if you remove the bookshelf, the desk becomes a dining table.

Sliding.

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Sometimes so many things gather up on your desk you don’t even want to start cleaning it up. You wish you could just slide them all to the side and make them disappear. With this desk, you can actually do that. The desk opens up and reveals and flexible pocket in the middle in which you can store all sorts of things. Moreover, the surface can be used as a dining table or entertainment area.{found on site}.

My writing desk.

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Another clever design is features by My Writing Desk. It’s a piece designed by studio etc. etc. It has a very simple but very practical design. The desk lets you push to the side all the devices, books and other things to free your workspace without worrying that they might fall down. Just push them all to the storage sides. The desk also has two drawers big enough to hold your laptop.

Secret drawer.

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In some cases, the kitchen is a social space so it makes sense to have a desk in there or a surface on which to place your laptop. This piece was designed specifically for such situations. This workstation features hidden electrical sockets as well as a number of secret shelves and storage compartments.{found on site}.

Doodle desk.

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This is a desk designed by Miguel Maestre and it proposes and very interesting idea. The desk is a giant notepad. It features sheets of paper on which you can write, scribble or take notes, write memos, etc. when you’re done with a sheet of paper, just let it drop to the side or remove it completely. Kids would surely enjoy having such a desk.

Slim fit desk.

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What you see here is a very narrow desk which lets you save tons of space. It can fit in any little space, in the bedroom, living room, kitchen or you can take out on the balcony for some fresh air. Whenever you need a work surface, just fold down the flaps and this piece becomes a perfectly functional desk, with storage and everything.{found on site}.

Desk and dining table.

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Another piece designed for small spaces is this desk by Agata Nowak. This multifunctional piece goes from being a small workspace for one person to being a dining table for six in just a few seconds. Underneath the desktop there’s a ton of storage space. The desk has extending desks and partition walls which can be lowered.

Current Table.

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The Current Table is a simple table/ writing desk designed by Marjan van Aubel. It has built-in charging stations for your electronic devices and the power comes from solar panels. Usually, these panels require direct sunlight to function but not in this case. This desk produces power from diffused indoor light.

Solar power.

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A similar piece was designed by Studio Natural. This small table requires no external external and lets you charge your devices with the use of light-harvesting panels. These panels make up the table’s surface. They collect both sunlight and ambient light from its environment and convert it into the energy needed to charge your gadgets.

Folding Desk.

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This desk may not have fancy solar panels but it can help you in another way: by saving you space. The desk has a drop leaf design which allows you to fold it into a slim console. It includes plenty of storage and a generation working surface. It’s perfect for small space and with such a piece you don’t even need a home office.{found on bee9}.