The classic lines of the Laura Desk were inspired by Shaker writing desks and the mid-century classic Swag desk by George Nelson. Yet despite its overall Victorian appeal, the Laura Desk has been modernized subtly to fit into the homes of today. In place of any unnecessary adornments or embellishments, this piece of furniture is rather minimalist. This doesn't negate its practicality. The Laura Desk is equipped with three open cubbies to organize your papers, two drawers for stationary and a large writing surface. The cubbies even sport two cord ports for the tech age.
Designed by Ben Klebba of Phloem Studio, the Laura Desk is made-to-order. It is crafted out of a choice of the finest hardwoods.
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