The weathered feel of reclaimed pine and iron
hardware combine to create this rustic desk, boasting the look of a favorite flea market find. Sawhorse legs provide eye-catching appeal, while three drawers provide plenty of room for office-related supplies.
Created in the late 1950s-early 1960s, this desk
was designed in Milan by Gianluigi Banfi, Lodovico Belgiojoso, Enrico Peressutti and Ernesto Rogers, also known as Studio BBPR. The desk is composed of an enameled metal frame and metal cabinet with ...
A fresh take on a classic French design,
this modern rendition pairs cast aluminum cabriole legs and a compact hardwood surface finished in a glossy off-white lacquer. A stylish solution for a small-scale office, its top opens to reveal added ...