Rustic desk for your office



There can be no home, office or educational institution without a desk in it. A person spends a lot of time at the desk, whether it is for work or entertainment. Today’s inspired piece is a great desk for your office. The Flatiron Desk is special because it is made out of reclaimed doors and is handcrafted. The pairing of antique elm doors and cast metal achieves the “form meets function” industrial appeal.

This lovey desk is artisan crafted with meticulous care. Given its handmade and hand-finished nature, variation in the wood or metal work are expected. Also, the reclaimed elm tabletop is hand-selected, planed, sanded and unfinished, with the patina of reclaimed wood. The tabletop may have holes from hinges or door knob given its previous life as an antique door. Its solid steel frame stands on caster wheels and is supported by structural cross bracing.

Furthermore this beautiful piece can add flavor to your space due to its rustic style. By their nature, unsealed salvaged wood planks may be somewhat uneven, and may cup or bow over time, further enhancing their rustic one of a kind character. Its overall dimensions are 72″w x 36″d x 30″h or 60″w x 34″d x 30″h, and is available for prices varying between $795-$935, depending on its measurements.


Published by in Office, on January 27th, 2012

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