A corner office desk needs the proper location to truly be efficient. Ideally an office desk will be set in a corner. It does not have to be shoved against the corner wall but it may sit out from the walls and the corner. The form of this type of desk, however, indicates it should be used in a corner.
A corner desk is quite similar to an L shaped desk. Perhaps the leg of the corner desk is a bit shorter than the arm of an L shaped desk. It all depends on your terminology. Or a corner office table may have an equal length for the table and the leg so it appears to be one half of a square. However you choose to define it, a corner table works in a lot of locations.
Ideally a corner desk would make a good start to a home office. You can put the corner desk back in the corner of a room and still have access to the room. You can also add furniture to the room. A corner table, situated in the corner of a room can be easily partitioned off with acoustic panels or something similar.
It is easy to create your home office this way. The partitions will eliminate house noise from your area and it will serve as a barrier so the family knows you are working when you are behind it. This would be equally effective if you are self-employed or working for an employer from your home.
If you purchase the correct and most efficient corner table you will have everything you will need to work at hand. It is best to make sure you have access to a power supply for your computer or other office equipment. You also need to situate your corner table where you have a good light source. A home often has different lighting than an office does so be aware of where your light source comes from. Equally important is the proper ventilation