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The internally-oriented design of the secretary desk makes it the ultimate organization hub for the home. Here are 12 of our favorite picks for turning any room into an impromptu home office.
Smooth form meets effortless function in this budget-friendly, trestle-frame secretary desk. Its open, angular construction reads as both rustic and modern, and its three interior drawers offer plenty of space for keeping your work-in-progress under wraps.
This writing desk from Target's Project 62 brand works seamlessly into the small-space home. The open interior allows you to keep it minimal or outfit it with your own organization units. Plus, the discreet cutout in the back helps keep cords bundled together and out of sight.
No floor space? No problem! Pull up a chair to this wall-mounted secretary desk, so you can finally leave your bed (but not your apartment) to do work. The front drops down to reveal a corkboard, letter holder, and four cubbies, making it an easy-to-access alcove of productivity.
The secretary desk goes streamlined. This unit's sleek mid-century-inspired silhouette and deep walnut woodgrain give a fresh outlook to the classic design. Four cubbies, two drawers, and plenty of surface space provide all of the storage you need.
Pull an accent chair up to this armoire-sized secretary desk to create the cushiest workspace possible. The drop-front desk gives you approximately 40 inches of depth to work with, and roomy cabinets underneath let you store anything from board games to throw blankets neatly out of sight. Users do note that the unit isn't the easiest to set up, so make sure you have an extra set of hands on deck.
This top-rated secretary desk is perfect for the home that lacks a dedicated office space, providing a sizable, yet understated work surface, as well as multiple storage options. Light distressing on its MDF-wood construction adds to its distinguished appearance.
A highly organized desk with a low profile, this eucalyptus-wood pick from West Elm is a modern, minimalist addition to the space in need of a surface with storage perks.
This stately secretary desk is styled after a vintage trunk, complete with rivets, metal edging, and a distressed finish. The hatch easily folds down to reveal a patterned interior, a split-level surface, and two extra cubbies.
This handsome writing desk adds some rustic grit to a contemporary study. Though it's a wide 28 inches in size, when not in use, the top and extended tray come together to form a compact standalone table for surface storage needs.
For the constant multitasker, this is the secretary desk to suit your eclectic needs. The shelves are adjustable, so you can stack them however suits your work best, and the smooth, natural woodgrain can be glossed over with paint if you want to customize it even further.
For a no-nonsense workspace with tucked-away storage, this sturdy pick perfectly suits any study. The open upper area gives you room to lay out work supplies and pin up a calendar or bulletin board, while the lower level tucks away any household extras to help reduce clutter elsewhere in the home.