Understanding office furniture measurements doesn't have to be complicated. And, like everything, once you know how - it's easy!
We've created this simple guide to help you get a better understand of what is meant by the Height, Depth and Width of a product listed on our website.
Please use the below information when looking at our products only. While we do follow the industry standards, it doesn't mean you can compare like for like measurements with any competitors website.
Understand the width, depth and height of an office desk:
Primarily we list all our desks by Width - as this is the largest measurement for a desk and is generally one that we offer choices of Size on product pages. For example some of the desk sizes available are 1200mm or 1600mm widths.
The Height of our desks are generally 730mm, which is a standard 'desk height' used by many UK furniture manufactureres. This is also the height used by our cupboards and drawers, so they can sit next to each other and fit flush against a desk.
Similarly with the Depth, we generally offer 600mm or 800mm depths across the desk ranges so again they match the depths of our cupboards and drawer units.
Understand the width, depth and height of an office storage unit:
Pedestals, Cupboards, Bookcases and all our other office storage units follow the same rules of measurement as the desks. The only difference you find our website is that we offer alternative heights and depths in storage units, but this is made clear on the relevant products.
General office furniture size information
Another simply way of understanding the measurements for any office furniture products on our website is simply to think about it this way:
If facing the product front on (as per photo) you can grade the sizes as such:
- The (W) WIDTH is the measurement of the product from left to right
- The (H) HEIGHT is simply to understand - measure from floor to top of product
- The (D) DEPTH is the measurement of the product from the point closest to you, to reaching out in front of you - or front to back
Still not sure? No problems, we are happy to advise, you can either drop us a message on our contact us page or give us a call on 0800 8044 760.