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Revamp your office or study with a brand new desk from Ryman. From simple and minimalist computer desks to highly functional corner desks, we have everything to suit your aesthetic and space requirements. Work efficiently and effectively with a comfortable standing desk, find something perfect for homework with our children’s desks, or find something classic for daily use in our extensive range of desks. If you’re buying for your business, then head over to bulk buy desks from Ryman Business.

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Whether you work from home, are an office worker, or are studying, then you’ll be spending a lot of time sitting at your desk. Therefore choosing the right desk is important for your productivity and comfort. When shopping for a desk you not only need to take into account aesthetics and style, but also how long you’ll be sitting at your desk for and what ergonomic support you need in turn.

 

Our range of desks is extensive, to say the least. We offer small desks to make the most of your space, L-shaped desks to fit into corners and offer a greater surface area to work from, and corner desks that easily slot into your space and leave the rest of the room open. Available in different finishes and frames, you can now find the ideal work desk not only to fit your needs but your decor too. From industrial metal finishes to clean white or black frames, our product range suits all design needs. Our collection includes office desks as well as desks for home offices from top brands, like DAMS, Fellowes, Really Useful, Teknik, and more.

 

How to sit at a desk

Sitting properly at your desk helps support your back, shoulders, blood flow, and general comfort. If you’re noticing a crick in your neck, muscular stiffness, or a stoop when you work, you probably aren’t sitting in the correct position.

 

Firstly, ensure your back is supported to reduce the risk of back pain. This means sitting upright and up against the very back of your chair. Try to resist leaning over your computer keyboard or paperwork, because this takes your shoulders and upper back away from the backrest and creates a knock-on effect of tension. If you’re worried about your posture and seated comfort, it may be time to look into an orthopedic chair.

 

To sit properly, you might need to adjust your chair. The seat needs to be low enough for you to put both of your feet flat on the floor, but high enough that your knees still form softened right-angles. If you can’t adjust your chair to fit this position or can’t put both feet on the floor, then consider a foot rest to help support your back and hips.

 

Place your screen or laptop at eye-level, so you don’t crane your neck up or hunch it down when you’re working. If you’re struggling with this, then a monitor riser or laptop stand would help you, or you could also opt for an adjustable desk. Take a look at our home office ergonomics buying guide to figure out how to improve your work from home set-up.

 

How high should a desk be?

The industry standard desk height is modeled around the average height of a person being 6 feet tall. This means that the average desk stands at about 29 inches tall. However, adjustable desks and standing desks can and will be taller, so if you’re reasonably under (or over) the height of 6ft, then these may be a good option for you.

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