Among the many interior design trends that have come our way in the past decade, Scandinavian design has proved to have a timeless appeal. The combination of uncomplicated forms, natural palettes, easy functionality and quality construction inspired by a historic craft culture is easy on the eye, and exudes an earthiness that makes for an inviting home.
With the work-from-home culture becoming a long-term arrangement, it is a good idea to invest in a desk that is aesthetically appealing as it is well formed—all hallmarks of Scandinavian design. Here, we introduce seven desks that will suit a variety of spaces and uses.
(Related: Why Everyone Still Loves Scandi-Style Spaces)
1. &Tradition Palette desk by Jaime Hayon
Designed by Jaime Hayon, this desk’s lightweight structure and multi-tiered surfaces was inspired by American sculptor Alexander Calder’s kinetic mobiles. When not in use, its curvaceous form prettifies the corner of the room where it is placed.
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