Reception desks come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Choosing the best configuration for you depends on your office space, and the needs of your business.
Reception Desk Shapes
There are many modern reception desk design shapes such as rectangular, circular, or semi-circular. Depending on your needs, reception desks can be made larger to accommodate multiple receptionists and guests at the same time.
Neo-Berlin Large Reception Desk, Edeskco
Ares Reception Desk, Edeskco
If you have certain size restrictions, or if you have a unique space to work with, it may be best to go with a customizable reception desk. That way you are able to make it to your exact specifications, and do not have to settle for a standard reception desk that won’t work perfectly within your space.
Reception Desk Accessories
There are also many accessories that you are able to add to your desk. Add-ons such as a pedestal or storage cabinet, is a good solution for additional storage needs.
*Edeskco add-on options. From left to right: 3 Drawer Pedestal, 2 Door Storage Cabinet, and 2 Door Lateral File Cabinet
You are also able to add options such as a return or a bridge to your reception desk. If your receptionist requires more workspace, this would be a good option to consider. Returns are also able to used for ADA requirements. Please keep in mind that ADA Requirements are based upon local governances. It is best to check local legislation to find out what the regulations are in your area before ordering your desk.
*Pictured left to right: an example of a right return and a right bridge
Reception Desk Materials
Our modern reception desks have a variety of materials to choose from, and can be extremely customizable. Our reception desks are made with real wood veneer, painted MDF in satin or high gloss lacquer finish, melamine, tempered glass, and chrome steel/ stainless steel/ aluminum which enables us to serve your needs.
*Examples of our finishes. From left to right: Walnut & Maple veneer finishes, High Gloss Black & White finishes, and Dark Grey and Black Wood Paint finishes
Reception desk counters are typically made with wood or glass. Glass tends to be more durable, although a wood veneer finish can have a very refined look.
There are many things to consider when looking at a reception desk. To simplify the process, it is best to determine essential items such as the size and shape first. You can then decide on additional factors such as add-ons, materials, and style.