Liberty Games have undertaken primary research to find out what British remote workers want in a home office desk and have created a concept for a brand new desk that meets all your working from home needs.

With the UK adapting to working from home, our working environment has become very different and home offices have quickly moved up the priority list.

In line with this, Liberty Games have undertaken a survey of British remote workers to find out which features they would most like to see in a home office desk.

As a result of their research, Liberty Games has launched ‘The Ultimate Working From Home Desk’ designed to meet all your working from home needs. You can view the desk concept here.

So what does the desk include?

The desk includes features such as an instant hot water tap which means you don’t need to leave your desk to get your tea or coffee fix. There is also a stylish long strip Vitamin D sun lamp along the desk, which can improve your mood and increase overall happiness.

One for the workaholics, the desk includes a wellness alarm clock, which has pre-set reminders to ensure you take breaks and stand up and walk around.

Tech lovers listen up, this desk has a built-in tablet, ideal for note-taking or illustrative design work. As well as this, the desk includes built-in speakers to allow you to pop on your favourite playlist whilst you work or connect to your team calls for more concentrated meetings.

Do you find your feet aching or getting cold whilst you work? Well fear not, the solution to this problem is in this desk. Liberty Games have incorporated a heated foot massager which sits underneath the desk, so no more cold or aching feet!

If that’s not enough, they’ve thought of the social side too. With a pull out table-tennis table your lunchtime just got more fun – simply slide out the table, and start your table-tennis battle with your partner, flatmate or family member. Does your company have regular virtual company drinks? This desk has a built-in fridge, where you can chill your beer or wine ready for post-work drinks. You can keep snacks or milk in there too!

Finally, a stand-up function has been added, with an extendable arm attached to the monitors, allowing you to adjust the height of the screens.

Impressive right? Why not take a further look at the product on the Liberty Games website here.

Commenting on the research and new product, Stuart Kerr, Technical Director at Liberty Games says:

“With the shift to working from home, we saw an opportunity to create a desk concept that would meet the needs of British home workers. We wanted to make sure we included some fun features in the desk such as the hidden pull out table tennis table and the snack, beer and wine fridge to ensure people were still making time for themselves. I think the sleek and modern aesthetic of the desk and the cool features make this desk one of a kind.”

By Lisa Baker, Senior Editor

Senior Editor Lisa Baker is the owner of Need to See it Publishing Group, providing contract news for business and news sites across the UK. Lisa is an experienced HR writer and commentator, editing HR publications for more than 5 years.