Spent a bit of time crafting the right idea for the study/spare bedroom in my PPOR and decided to go with a wall-mounted desk under the window. I'm a web designer, and there are two of us here, my parter is a teacher and she's got a ton of sh*t that's being brought home, so needed to give her space to work as well that wasn't the coffee table. The width of the room is about 306cm. I was aiming to go on the slightly less expensive end of the spectrum so went for a 300cm desk top length rather than deal with templating to the nth degree to make sure it was flush with the not-so-90°-walls. Because it was a wall-mounted desk and I'm the kind of person who leans on the desk a bit when working, I needed strong brackets that I wouldn't bang my knee on. I ended up purchasing 2 pairs (4 total) of these Heavy Duty Steel Shelf Brackets from Rockler. They are a pretty nifty product, happy with these and how easy they were to install. Anyway, attached is a photo of the finished product. Pretty chuffed over all. Any questions let me know. For the rest of the room, it's white trim with Taubmans Stormy Shadow. Next i'll add a sideboard, or small bookcase to the wall to the right of the picture, facing the desk. And possibly some slim/small drawers in the middle between the two work spaces.