For my new office setup, I'm going for some fairly decent quality kitchen
worktop. Maybe something from the Duropal range. Any other suggestions
gratefully received though - are there any specialist office worktops. Want
durability, ease of cleaning, and 'cut-to-fit' room. No purpose built
desks - fed up with them!
My office (small, but perfectly formed) is about 2.3m x 2.3m, and I intend
having worktop as an L-shape, along one whole side, and then about another
metre along the adjacent side.
I want to maximise free space under the worktop, so if possible, wish to
avoid too many supporting poles. Although the worktop will not have
particularly heavy stuff on it, I'd still want to to be as sturdy as
possible. All PC towers will be underneath, though in the corner of the 'L'
will be a large Multi-Function printer (Canon MP830), and at the 'top' of
the 'L' may sit my old 14" CRT portable TV (for use with my selection of
antique computers! :-) ). In the middle of the 'long' side, will probably be
a 20" flat screen, and a 22" flat screen.
Any ideas or pointers as to how I can go about this? Obviously kitchen
worktops generally have cabinets underneath, supporting the load. I'm not
averse to using poles in some places - but just don't want them everywhere,
and ideally not in the middle of the long side at all!