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Just from amazon. I’ll get a link for ya! It’s great the... legs fold up for easy use.
Writing Computer Desk Modern Simple Study Desk Industrial Style Folding Laptop Table for Home Office Notebook Desk Brown Desktop Black Frame [link]
If you need to move your computer frequently, but want to game, that's what gaming laptop are good at.
If you want to keep someone from casually walking off with it you lock it to something with a kensington cable.
You can buy regular desks that fold flat:
Though even with this, with shipping costs, might be easiest to simply order a new desk at your destination and throw out (I mean donate) the previous one.
Just some ideas to pass by.
Not OP but I believe it's this one :)
[Desk amazon] Takes a minutes to set up. O have two of them
Hello everyone! In a week and a half or so I will be moving into a new bedroom in Brooklyn and really want to try to make this an enjoyable space! I love the exposed brick and hardwood floors in the space, and my bedroom has a cool view out to Manhattan!
The only piece of furniture I currently own is a desk from amazon which currently has an Ultrawide 32 in monitor on it. I am looking to keep my budget on the lower side (sub $500). I apologize If my measurements are a little butchered, this is my first time really putting an effort into designing my apartment before moving in.
Here are the dimensions (for those who don't want to link click its 11'6" by 7'3" and the closet is a square that takes up 33'' of wall space on the side of the room.
Current furniture ideas :
Dresser: which will be hidden in the closet: https://www.ikea.com/us/en/p/rast-3-drawer-chest-pine-10484790/
I was currently looking to shop mostly on Ikea and do one large order but I am open to any sources for ideas!
(If it would help I also have a video of the space. Thanks for the help :D)
Amazon, Office Depot, Wayfair all have RTA (Ready to Assemble) furniture. Not sure what kind of desk you need, size, or budget.
as for in town - order online and pickup something like this.
I was told that this is the place to post this.
I recently bought a cheap fold out desk off of Amazon.
I didn't read the description as closely as I should have, and as you might be able to see, the top has little grooves, which while making it fine for my laptop, make writing on sheets of paper an impossibility. Notebooks do work, but for the work that I'm trying to do on it, sheets are better. Based on what it looks like, and on your collective experience, is there some particular, and relatively cheap, pad or product that you would recommend for putting papers on to write solidly? Glass, wood, leather or some other substance? Any help would be hot. Thanks.
I bought this.
Not the most spacious but partly my fault for having two TVs on it. Again, better than the two folding tables I was using before.
Thanks! Everything is from Amazon. The desks that the succulents are on are these:
The tops are pretty plasticy feeling which normally isn’t a plus in furniture but it’s perfect for wiping off soil and water!
The shelves on the other side of the room are these:
But it doesn’t seem to be available through Amazon anymore and the price has doubled.