The vintage Elita writing desk

This is Elita, a stylish desk designed for writing. To me this piece of furniture is very appealing. I spend a lot of time writing and I could use such a practical unit in my home. Elita features a beautiful mixture of vintage and industrial and the result is a unique style, perfect for this desk.

Elita is a handcrafted piece of furniture which makes it even more interesting and unique. This means that each piece has its own particularities and its own character. The desk is crafted from shesham wood with iron accents. It has a simple design as expected. Unnecessary details and decorations are not something anyone wants to see on their work furniture. This type of products needs to be as simple as possible and as functional as possible.

The Elita writing desk also has a beautiful soothing color, neutral and yet stylish. It’s perfect for this particular piece of furniture. The desk includes two drawers as well as an attached file cabinet. These spaces are great for storing documents, writing instruments, files and all sorts of other things. The desk also has an adjustable writing surface, the key element in this case. The Elita desk features a hand-painted whitewash finish and a simple design. Its overall dimensions are 71″W x 35″D x 31″T and it can be bought for $2,029.00.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on March 12th, 2012


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