Galant furniture from IKEA primarily takes the form of desks that come in sleek, minimalist designs with long and slender tops and supporting bases of either two or four legs. IKEA no longer produces the Galant collection as a separate line as of 2015. Instead, it is combined with the Bekant series, which includes a range of home and corporate office desks, meeting tables and storage space.
IKEA's Galant desks are popular with startup companies, say authors at Business Insider. They come in a range of shapes, such as long and straight and with slight curves to support computers and their users. Galant desks feature an ergonomic design; they adjust easily and require minimal assembly, which makes them easy to set up and move in homes and offices. Galant desks vary in width and depth, which makes them suitable for various rooms and spaces. Some come in the form of side office desks, while others are designed for placement against walls.
In addition to single desks, the Galant collection includes workstations, which are multi-user units. Workstations come in several layouts; some seat four workers, while others support eight. Some have integrated screens for privacy, and most have cable holes to house computer cords. Galant and Bekant desks come with bar or stool-style legs, which are used on various floor surfaces. They have adjustable heights, which makes them suitable for use as standing or sitting desks.