Not only does this desk function well, It’s nice to look at. The ambrosia maple desk top is such a beautiful wood with variations of gray and brown streaking through the wood. The base with gray stain really brings out the character of the top.
You have to do office work and you might as well do it in style. Featuring a reclaimed butcher block top, this desk is supported by a pair of industrial legs that were once in a workshop.
Formerly a workbench top, this reclaimed butcher block has a fantastic aged look that pairs nicely with the steel legs.
Save some space with this wall mounted desk. Salvaged corbels are brought back to life as supports to the oak desk top.
The legs of this desk were once used to support a piece of machinery in a factory or workshop.
Using reclaimed materials, John created this desk to last throughout the generations. The barn beam legs were once the frame of a corn crib.
Hickory desk top treated with a unique finish is sitting atop a set of reclaimed sawhorse legs.