Glass-Top Desks Bring Style Into The Workspace

There are certainly a number of advantages to consider when using a glass top desk as part of your home or office interior design. I would encourage you to read this article talking about fantastic ways you can incorporate this glass-top desks into your home.

Like coffee tables, desks with glass tops are appreciated for how lightweight they look, often being integrated into small spaces where other designs would interfere with the openness of the room. That, however, is not the only reason to have a glass-top desk, whether it’s for a home office or a more professional environment. Such designs usually put an emphasis on simplicity and on the design of the frame. Let’s look at some specific desks to better understand their designs.

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The Jensen desk has a design inspired by retro tables, featuring an A frame made of solid wood and a clean and simple form. The clear glass top maintains a minimalistic appearance and at the same time gives the desk a modern allure

The intention behind the design of this contemporary desk was a look that’s minimal, slick and versatile. The glass top is both strong and delicate and the chrome trestle legs have just the right amount of flair to give the desk a subtle industrial appearance without necessarily suggesting a vintage finish. {found on loveseat}.

The design of the Homework Desk is not as straight-forward as you’d think. This is actually a very versatile piece of furniture. It comes in two sizes and it can either has one or two file holders/ drawers suspended just below its clear glass top. They appear to be floating and they’re attached to an elegant wooden frame without sharing with it the same color or finish.

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