The K Desk can be likened to a modernized school desk in which the tabletop opened up like a lid to reveal a little storage area for books, stationery and more. Yet the K Desk is meant to be left opened while in use instead of closed like the original concept. This way, more surface is available to use as the lid of the K Desk becomes a bulletin board of sort for notes, decorations and more.
Designed by Rafa-kids, a studio based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, the K Desk can be used closed as well. When closed, it boasts a minimalist style that is hard to beat. Made out of wood, the K Desk boasts rounded edges, invisible connectors and soft closing lid that are all child-friendly.
Minimalist Lidded Workspaces
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Fantasy Kids Rooms
Playfully Versatile Desks
Slim Versatile Tables
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