I’m loving reclaimed wood or deep stained wood desks lately. Whether the look is rustic, mid-century or ladylike, I love them all. Maybe its a desire to have a work surface that’s not made of MDF or faux wood veneer.

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(via An Open Sketchbook)
(via An Open Sketchbook)
(via aESTHETICa)
(via aESTHETICa)
(via Homedit)
(via Homedit)
(via My Old Country House)
(via My Old Country House)
(via Funky Junk Interiors)
(via Funky Junk Interiors)
(via Corey Russell on Etsy)
(via Corey Russell on Etsy)
(via Urban Wood Goods on Etsy)
(via Urban Wood Goods on Etsy)
(via Brunch At Saks)
(via Brunch At Saks)
(via Fashion Clue)
(via Fashion Clue)
(via Jen Serafini)
(via Jen Serafini)

Is your desk wood, metal or some other material? Are you thinking about upgrading?

0 comments on “Wood You Look at That?”

  1. Very nice. Not a dog in the bunch. Although, a builder once told me; “Wood is what you burn. Timber is what your build with.” Nothing beats a wooden desk. Although, those cool industrial metal desks from the 1940s run a very close second. But I think the drawers would screech like crazy after 70 years of opening and closing.

  2. Love the desks! My desk is from IKEA and I had a piece of glass cut to fit the top as it is white and I work with inks and paints and needed a way to keep it clean. My stamp room is my favorite room in my home and a place of retreat and relaxation for me. (I did it in a Paris theme, so I can put all my Eiffel Towers in one room!)

  3. Truly, what is it about other people’s work spaces that is so intriguing. I just love to see how people organize themselves – kitchen, office, studio. We’re getting our landscaping redone so I will finally get the ‘prison’ wall outside the huge window in my office greened up. Like living enclosed in a NYC apartment building without the benefits of the theatre and museums.

  4. Wood is the best and reclaimed wood is even better than the best. We were lucky enough to score a reclaimed wood dining room table and I LOVE it. Great post.

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