Desks for Children's Room
Belmar Black 2 Pc Desk and Hutch
Cottage Colors Blue Desk & Hutch
Cottage Colors White Desk & Hutch
MidMod White Desk
Saraphina Gray Desk
Sofia Vergara Kayla Black Desk
Boulder Chocolate 2 Pc Desk
Candy Stripe Black Desk
Clubhouse Chocolate Desk
Clubhouse Chocolate Desk & Hutch
Cottage Colors Green Desk & Hutch
NFL Huddle Team Tampa Bay Buccaneers Desk
Sporty Multi Desk
How to Choose Kids Desks
Growing minds need workspaces that encourage creativity and strong study habits. While a kids desk may start out as a place for coloring and snacks, choosing pieces that can later develop into space for homework is an investment in your child's future. To create a fun and lively workspace that invites children to play, work, and learn for years to come, keep size, functionality, and style in mind.
Begin by looking for children's desks that provide lots of surface space. The right piece should be large enough to hold kids' toys, books, or laptops without making them feel cramped. It is equally important to ensure that the desk is a comfortable height for your child. Choosing the proper sized chair, or one with height adjustment options, can ensure that your student's desk is a relaxed and comfy place to work.
Most desks for kids come with two to five drawers in various sizes, perfect for storing things big and small. However, drawers aren't your only option for organization. Consider desks with unique features, such as hutches and memo boards, to provide extra space and one-of-a-kind style. Hutches easily display books, favorite toys, and decorations, while corkboards or magnetized surfaces are great for fun pictures, colorful artwork, or friendly deadline reminders.
Styles, Materials & Colors
Minimalists may gravitate toward simple kids desks with clean lines, or modern pieces with tempered glass tops on sturdy metal frames. Traditional decorators will love pieces with plenty of rounded edges and carved details made of durable wood solids. To match any decorating style, wood stains are available in hues from pine to mahogany. Alternately, choose pieces with white or neutral-colored paint for an elegant touch, or bold tones like blue or red for a pop of color.