Guest Picks: Smart, Stylish Desks
I love the lines of this desk. It's available in white, black or grass green. It would be lovely in a foyer.
This has a handsome, distressed, black lacquer finish with antique brass hardware.
This desk made of white-washed elm would be pretty in a bedroom.
Update your look with this angular, cross-beam glass and metal desk.
This desk made from reclaimed elm with a black steel base provides a wide work surface for doing homework or wrapping presents.
My client bought this beautiful desk for the home office that I designed. I can't wait to show the room on my blog.
The "X" details on this industrial-style desk are attractive.
I'd like to use this as a vanity in my master bathroom.
This desk made from reclaimed elm doors and metal lends an industrial feel. It can also double as a dining table in a small apartment — just wheel it away from the wall!
I like the classic lines of this hand-rubbed, black mahogany desk with antique brass hardware.
This desk/vanity has great midcentury appeal. Isn't the hardware fantastic?
I could use a desk like this for my sketches and floor plans. It comes at a great price too!
What's not to love about this desk and hutch? It even comes with marbleized paper drawer liners, dovetailed drawers and a brass plate personalized with your name.
I love the French gray finish on this elegant desk. It's also functional with one small top drawer and one larger drawer for hanging file folders. The center drawer can function as a keyboard tray.
The turned legs on this ebony desk lend a bit of drama. I can see this by the beach or in the city.
A parsons desk is always in style, and this one is a bit unusual with the clever grasscloth covering.
Here is another functional and pretty desk for your home office.
This desk designed by Charles and Ray Eames works well in commercial or residential work spaces.
This little letter-writing desk would be nice next to a child's bed.
This desk would make working a bit more enjoyable with its little drawers for organization, beveled surfaces and pewter-finished hardware.More: 10 Feminine Workspaces for Hardworking Women