The NetAtmo Weather Station is a great favourite of mine and is the one I use at my personal weather station in Durham to run this site.
The NetAtmo design is super slick, with the units finished in brushed grey aluminium. Unlike a lot of weather stations, these would look equally at home in a study or office, as well as the lounge, fitting in with any modern decor.
NetAtmo weather stations are easily configured through a mobile phone app, which can be downloaded for free. Firstly, the Master unit is attached to the mains (this is the only bit that needs to be plugged in), then the other sensors are linked up to it.
In the basic package is a Netatmo base station and a remote sensor. Additional sensors can be purchased, including a NetAtmo Raingauge and a NetAtmo Anemometer. The mobile units are powered by batteries and they last an exceptionally long time. I have the Raingauge and it correlates really well with a local official Met Office reporting station.
I can thoroughly recommend the NetAtmo kit if you want a simple stylish weather station for your desktop.