Designed and built in Southern California, the creations from the Sean Woolsey studio—like his Waterfall Desk—feature unique craftsmanship and handmade detail. The desk’s minimalist and asymmetric design is highlighted by the grain of black walnut and features a leather mousepad with hidden storage, a magnetic powerblock w 2AC & 2 USB outlets, & a single locking drawer.
The sleek & minimalist Desk 02 from St.Louis-based Artifox design studio is every bit as functional as it is good looking. There’s a built-in dock for all your devices as well as a mesh cable grid for keeping cords organized & neat. It assembles in minutes & several desk accessories are also available, like hooks & an elevated stand. Made in the USA.
Created by Danish furniture-maker Canett & built from the hood, grill & bumper assembly of an actual old-school Jeep, this unique desk features a pair of sliding wooden drawers and sturdy metal legs as well as the real rust, patina, & dents the Jeep endured in its first life.
The unique design of the Rising Table enables it to transform from a flat surface into a piece of functional furniture. Made from a single piece of bamboo veneer ply, it folds into a striking lattice work table available in two different sizes. Winner of the Red dot design award.
By day, it’s a handsome, 8-person dining table but whenever the urge arises, it quickly converts to a full-size ping pong table. Designed & made in Denmark.
This floating wall desk designed by Dario Antonioni is clean and minimal, offering an ample worktop and a pull out tray for your keyboard. Available in 2 sizes and made of either walnut or rift oak, the desk is easy to assemble & mount, at either sitting or standing height.
A floating shelf with a built-in & hidden power supply makes a lot of sense. The Stage offers enough space for all your handheld devices, unless you have more than 5 currently in use. It also features a slot on top to hold your tablet. It’s easy to install and is available in white, black or walnut finish.
The design of the Coleman End Table is clean, refined and a bit industrial: bent steel legs supporting a circular wooden pedestal top. A heavy gauge steel screw allows you to adjust the height of the tabletop by simply spinning it for a custom set-up wherever you place it.
It may be called OneLess Desk but it is in fact, a desk. One that saves space by nesting the lower work top beneath the taller monitor/computer table when not in use. It features all steel construction and a rear shelf that hides all your cables & peripherals. Available in a variety of colors. via
Vintage Industrial is their name as well as what they specialize in. Their Hure Tables are made using re-purposed 19th century machine bases as the foundation of an adjustable-height table offered in a variety of sizes and styles.