Workstations are pieces of furniture usually made in an office, for seating a larger number of people in a space-saving format. They are made in different compositions of two or four; separated by partitions. They are useful for reading or writing on or for keeping a computer.
The work desks in a workstation often have one or more drawers, compartments, or pigeon holes to store office supplies and papers. Unlike a regular table, usually only one side of a desk is suitable to sit on. Desks were first made from wood, but are slowly being converted into harder materials that last longer.