desk

Design Aug 31, 2009

The Hansen Family | Desk

A graduate of the Bauhaus-University, Weimar, Gesa Hansen is a freelance designer and art director for Hans Hansen Furniture in Paris. Her recent creation, the above desk, is constructed by hand of oak. The colorful pockets allow for simple… Read more
Furniture Aug 13, 2009

Indochine Writing Desk

Sold through Redwood Bay, Starbay’s Indochine Writing Desk has a campaign feel about it. Easy to move, simple in function, the desk is of the type that might have traveled the world and seen a far few more adventures than … Read more
Furniture Jul 28, 2009

Urban Hardwoods | Furniture

Located in Seattle, Urban Hardwoods specializes in furniture constructed of salvage woods and dead trees. The resulting pieces retain the true character of the woods while keeping up the traditions of Northwest design. The tables are most… Read more
Design Apr 10, 2009

Thomas Throop Furniture

Under Black Creek Designs, Thomas Throop designs and makes some stunning hand crafted furniture. Throop attended the John Makepeace School For Craftsmen in Wood, in England. There he was exposed to the traditions of the English Arts &… Read more
Furniture Dec 31, 2008

Campaign Style Captains Desk

Orvis typically only grabs attention for fly rods and really spectacular embroidered cords. A bit surprising is this Captain’s desk they’ve got on offer. Quite nice, and the description really hits the mark. Channeling their inner J… Read more
Furniture Jul 1, 2008

Stockholm Desk and Cabinet

Typically one views Target as the big box with style and flair. However, the Stockholm set from Walmart does impress. Light veneer, white and orange accents. The metal feet give it a lift and make it just airy enough. For … Read more
Design Jun 21, 2008

Metrofarm DJ Desk

Metrofarm’s DJ desk makes the task of elegantly presenting ones turntable and mixer set up easy. Custom made to fit the technological specifications of each client, the desk can also be delivered in a finish to suit individual taste. Unsure… Read more
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