The FreeBSD Foundation has listed some notable FreeBSD distributions for the desktop, namely FuryBSD, MidnightBSD, GhostBSD, and NomadBSD. Here they differentiate the particular distro’s system attributes, user-end attributes,  and notable future plans. If you’re looking to use FreeBSD but would like a solution that is somewhat pre-configured for your use case, this is a good place to start.

A collection of FreeBSD desktop distributions that have taken the FreeBSD operating system in a new direction while still relying on the incredibly powerful and stable base operating system of FreeBSD. From integrated desktop environments, portable USB-based systems, to data recovery tools, FreeBSD has been used by a wide variety of open-source projects. This page hopes to highlight just a few of these projects:

Guide to FreeBSD Desktop Distributions: