Desks that conceal monitors are an ideal furniture solution for classrooms, training centers and convention rooms. By eliminating tech-related distractions from learning processes while keeping students focused on lectures or trainers. Furthermore, these desks can be configured with connectors to link multiple tables together for seamless workstation layout. Plus, ergonomic settings enable these desks to help increase worker productivity.
To protect the monitor when not in use, you can build a custom cabinet from panels or doors that match your desk frame for a sleek, integrated look. Darker hues may help reduce visual noise; or for something a little different try wall decals with designs that match up well with your office decor or wallpaper for something unique!
Hide your monitor behind a large mirror - this works particularly well in lounge rooms where workstations can be placed at corners. Choose one with two-way surfaces so it can double as both regular mirror and computer monitor when your screen is turned on.
Create a hidden computer desk by designing a cabinet that opens to reveal keyboard and mouse storage compartments. Typically made of high-grade materials, its hinges and struts can withstand the weight of an LCD monitor with ease. Furthermore, add wheels, locking doors, pull-out shelves or any other customizations to personalize it further.