Urban Aesthetics’ top 5 desks that you should check out

Urban Aesthetics' top 5 desks that you should check out
Homework Desk

The design of this contemporary
desk makes it the perfect workstation for a workspace where the furniture is
visible from all sides. The floating cabinets and glass top give it an airy
look with style. And the best part is that it’s designed and made in Canada.

 

 

 

I think this desk is a one-of-a-kind. It has

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Hendrix desk

a rustic and contemporary style because it blends a reclaimed wood façade with a clean black walnut frame and top. And it’s all held up by the “M” shaped, black finished metal legs. My favourite is the offset drawers which gives it just a touch of whimsy.

 

 

 

 

 

This modern desk has a mid-centurydesks
style that makes it the perfect choice to blend new modern with traditional
styling. It shows off clean lines with its exposed hardwood legs while
discretely highlighting its storage drawers. It’s perfect as a desk or console table.

 

 

 

Urban Aesthetics' top 5 desks that you should check out

Bedford Secretary

Bedford Secretary

This dresser from Crate and Barrel combines storage and a writing surface.  It’s made from reclaimed pine from old buildings. The top of the cabinet flips down, giving you an optional writing surface at the tip of your fingers.

 

 

 

 

 

And finally, this one is for thosePottery Barn Whitney desk
of us who prefer more storage drawers in our workstations. This work zone
cabinet features two wood finishes, shuttered drawer fronts and decorative bun feet, making it look just a bit more like a piece of furniture.

 

So which desk is your favourite?

 

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