Today Music Critic will be comparing the OneSpace 50-100705 Regallo Expandable Home Recording Desk to the Calico Designs 55123 Study Corner Desk. Not sure which is right for you? Read on and find the perfect item for your needs. This article is part of a series called 10 Best Studio Desks for Home Recording
Let's get started by taking a close look at the OneSpace 50-100705 Regallo Expandable Home Recording Desk. The OneSpace 50 home studio desk offers a good level of quality and options with an extremely affordable price tag. Indeed you will be hard-pressed to find this level of quality and versatility for a cheaper price. In particular, this OneSpace desk is an example of intuitive versatile design. For there are two large work surfaces on this desk and there are two setups one can choose here: one can either choose to have each of these surface stacked on top of one another, or one can choose to slide out one of the surfaces, thereby making this desk L-shaped.
Now we will have look at an alternative, the Calico Designs 55123 Study Corner Desk. The Calico Designs Study Corner Desk is a compact set up designed with space management in mind. For this desk not only has a compact size to ensure that it does not overcrowd the room, but it is also a corner desk which means you simply tuck away into the corner. This is the perfect desk for those who do not need to store too much equipment, and whose main priority is space management.
When stacked together, the result is a smaller sized desk, ideal for smaller workshops, or those times when you don’t need much space. However, if you are in a bigger room, or need to use more equipment at once, just simply slide out one of the surfaces, and presto: you now have a large L-desk at your disposal.
This desk comes in a wide array of colors – silver, maple, blue, purple, and even pink – and, as said, is on the small side – the main work surface measures in at 46 inches by 24 inches. There is a large shelf on the bottom for a computer tower and other equipment, so that you can keep these out of sight. Up above there are two surfaces, the main one as just mentioned, and another, slightly smaller, one above that intended to hold a monitor and maybe small speakers.
|HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON|
|OneSpace 50-100705 Regallo Expandable Home Recording Desk||Calico Designs 55123 Study Corner Desk|
+ Amazing value for the product
+ Intuitive design
+ Versatile options
+ Compact Design
+ Corner Desk
+ Wide array of colors
|WHAT OUR TEAM THOUGHT|
|With an intuitive design allowing for versatile options, The OneSpace is a very budget-friendly studio desk with much to offer. Choose between a smaller set up with a two tier surface, or slide out one surface for a wider L-shaped desk.||Those whose main priority is using a little space as possible should consider this compact, corner home studio desk by Calico Designs.|
Also see Music Critic's article 10 Best Studio Desks for Home Recording which includes even more information.