Best Office Table & Chair Sets in 2020



Staples 2719542 Sorina Bonded Leather Chair Review:


I happened to be looking for chairs with my son one day at my local Staples. His gaming chair fell apart in less than one years time. My wife had bought it sight unseen from a very well known website. In any case, my son and I must have sat in 20 or so chairs that day. This chair felt the most comfortable of all the chairs. This chair was more comfortable than those costing 2x-3x more. I was really impressed, so much so that I took a picture of the item number so that I could watch the price. Low and behold, about a week later the price had dropped substantially to the point where it was a no brainer to upgrade my office chair and pass on my perfectly fine chair to my son.

Assembly instructions were excellent. The chair was easy to assemble. Only one thing, I got the wrong screw for one of the base screws. It didn't hold me back from completing the assembly and I called the customer service number in the manual, explained about the missing screw and the CSR said they would send me out a pack of new screws. Excellent, prompt, customer service!

Without hesitation, I would definitely recommend this to anyone interested.



Comet Center with Stool in Pink / Spatter Gray Review:


The desk itself is a great little desk. It was assembled fairly easily in about 2 hours in our spare bedroom (it took me longer than it probably should have because I was sweating in the room it was going into, and I kept having to wipe my glasses off to see the instructions).

I was impressed with how sturdy it is; I'm using it as an airbrush workstation, and my airbrush holder clamps on to the edge of the desk just fine, my air compressor fits nicely on the top of the three drawer system, and my fold up easel sits nicely on the bottom shelf. The stool is even more comfortable than I expected, too; I've had stools like this before and they felt like I was perched on a hard disk of pain, which is not conducive to an hour or two of artwork.This stool, however, has nice cush to it, and after sitting at it for 2 hours while I was working on a t-shirt for my wife, I still felt good - no numbness in my butt, no pain in my lower back. I suspect that after a lot of usage, the foam will probably break down and need to be replaced, but at that point I'll just switch out to an office chair.

The only thing that takes this from 5 stars down to 4 is the fabric drawers. In one of the drawers, I have all of my airbrush paints in a box, so that I can see them and not have them rolling all over the place. However, the soft sided drawer isn't really meant for more than about a pound of weight in it, so it tends to flex and splay, collapsing a bit under the weight. The other drawers, which have things like my exacto knives, some pencils, and masking materials, are much lighter, and slide in and out easily. But hey, the desk cost me $90, which included the stool; It was the best price for what I wanted out of the desk, and I'm not going to complain too much about the drawers. :) My solution is going to be an acrylic rack similar to those that nail salons have to display nail polish, and I'll just set it next to the air compressor, on top of the drawers.

If you're in the market for an art/craft desk, definitely worth your consideration!



SD Studio Designs 13326 Comet Center with Stool, Black/White, 50" W x 23.75" D x 29.5" H Review:


The desk itself is a great little desk. It was assembled fairly easily in about 2 hours in our spare bedroom (it took me longer than it probably should have because I was sweating in the room it was going into, and I kept having to wipe my glasses off to see the instructions).

I was impressed with how sturdy it is; I'm using it as an airbrush workstation, and my airbrush holder clamps on to the edge of the desk just fine, my air compressor fits nicely on the top of the three drawer system, and my fold up easel sits nicely on the bottom shelf. The stool is even more comfortable than I expected, too; I've had stools like this before and they felt like I was perched on a hard disk of pain, which is not conducive to an hour or two of artwork.This stool, however, has nice cush to it, and after sitting at it for 2 hours while I was working on a t-shirt for my wife, I still felt good - no numbness in my butt, no pain in my lower back. I suspect that after a lot of usage, the foam will probably break down and need to be replaced, but at that point I'll just switch out to an office chair.

The only thing that takes this from 5 stars down to 4 is the fabric drawers. In one of the drawers, I have all of my airbrush paints in a box, so that I can see them and not have them rolling all over the place. However, the soft sided drawer isn't really meant for more than about a pound of weight in it, so it tends to flex and splay, collapsing a bit under the weight. The other drawers, which have things like my exacto knives, some pencils, and masking materials, are much lighter, and slide in and out easily. But hey, the desk cost me $90, which included the stool; It was the best price for what I wanted out of the desk, and I'm not going to complain too much about the drawers. :) My solution is going to be an acrylic rack similar to those that nail salons have to display nail polish, and I'll just set it next to the air compressor, on top of the drawers.

If you're in the market for an art/craft desk, definitely worth your consideration!



Comet Center with Stool in Purple / Spatter Gray Review:


Great product. This was a gift for my artistic fiance. I was worried since other reviewers complained of flimsyness, but I found the desk to be very sturdy when put together correctly. This was purchased for an adult, and works very well for both artistic and desk work. Both the desk and the pencil catch are movable to lay the desk flat comfortably. The desk edges are smooth, and the finish looks great. Doesn't feel cheap, as I expected particle board material, but it actually feels very smooth and hardy. It is also very good looking. For the price, I cannot recommend this product enough. Shipping was fast, and free for me as a Prime member.

I used a drill instead of an allen wrench to put this together, and it holds very well without shaking. I would strongly advise using proper tools to assemble any piece of furniture if possible.



SD Studio Designs Studio Designs 2 Piece Comet Art, Hobby, Drawing, Drafting, Craft Table with 36"W x 23.75"D Angle Adjustable Top and Stool in Silver/Black, Assembled Dimensions: 50" W x x 29.5" H Review:


The desk itself is a great little desk. It was assembled fairly easily in about 2 hours in our spare bedroom (it took me longer than it probably should have because I was sweating in the room it was going into, and I kept having to wipe my glasses off to see the instructions).

I was impressed with how sturdy it is; I'm using it as an airbrush workstation, and my airbrush holder clamps on to the edge of the desk just fine, my air compressor fits nicely on the top of the three drawer system, and my fold up easel sits nicely on the bottom shelf. The stool is even more comfortable than I expected, too; I've had stools like this before and they felt like I was perched on a hard disk of pain, which is not conducive to an hour or two of artwork.This stool, however, has nice cush to it, and after sitting at it for 2 hours while I was working on a t-shirt for my wife, I still felt good - no numbness in my butt, no pain in my lower back. I suspect that after a lot of usage, the foam will probably break down and need to be replaced, but at that point I'll just switch out to an office chair.

The only thing that takes this from 5 stars down to 4 is the fabric drawers. In one of the drawers, I have all of my airbrush paints in a box, so that I can see them and not have them rolling all over the place. However, the soft sided drawer isn't really meant for more than about a pound of weight in it, so it tends to flex and splay, collapsing a bit under the weight. The other drawers, which have things like my exacto knives, some pencils, and masking materials, are much lighter, and slide in and out easily. But hey, the desk cost me $90, which included the stool; It was the best price for what I wanted out of the desk, and I'm not going to complain too much about the drawers. :) My solution is going to be an acrylic rack similar to those that nail salons have to display nail polish, and I'll just set it next to the air compressor, on top of the drawers.

If you're in the market for an art/craft desk, definitely worth your consideration!



SD STUDIO DESIGNS Studio Designs 2 Piece Comet Art, Hobby, Drawing, Drafting, Craft Table with 36"W x 23.75"D Angle Adjustable Top and Stool in Silver/Black, Assembled Dimensions: 50" W x x 29.5" H Review:


The desk itself is a great little desk. It was assembled fairly easily in about 2 hours in our spare bedroom (it took me longer than it probably should have because I was sweating in the room it was going into, and I kept having to wipe my glasses off to see the instructions).

I was impressed with how sturdy it is; I'm using it as an airbrush workstation, and my airbrush holder clamps on to the edge of the desk just fine, my air compressor fits nicely on the top of the three drawer system, and my fold up easel sits nicely on the bottom shelf. The stool is even more comfortable than I expected, too; I've had stools like this before and they felt like I was perched on a hard disk of pain, which is not conducive to an hour or two of artwork.This stool, however, has nice cush to it, and after sitting at it for 2 hours while I was working on a t-shirt for my wife, I still felt good - no numbness in my butt, no pain in my lower back. I suspect that after a lot of usage, the foam will probably break down and need to be replaced, but at that point I'll just switch out to an office chair.

The only thing that takes this from 5 stars down to 4 is the fabric drawers. In one of the drawers, I have all of my airbrush paints in a box, so that I can see them and not have them rolling all over the place. However, the soft sided drawer isn't really meant for more than about a pound of weight in it, so it tends to flex and splay, collapsing a bit under the weight. The other drawers, which have things like my exacto knives, some pencils, and masking materials, are much lighter, and slide in and out easily. But hey, the desk cost me $90, which included the stool; It was the best price for what I wanted out of the desk, and I'm not going to complain too much about the drawers. :) My solution is going to be an acrylic rack similar to those that nail salons have to display nail polish, and I'll just set it next to the air compressor, on top of the drawers.

If you're in the market for an art/craft desk, definitely worth your consideration!



Regency Seating Cain X-Base for 30-Inch Table Tops Review:


I was super impressed when I took this out of the box!! It was way heavier and more solid than I expected, and was like a huge hunk of cast iron. Took about 30 seconds to put together and is like restaurant quality! Extremely happy with my purchase!