Desk for Home Office Working, Upcycled & Painted

A pre-war utility desk has been stripped and rejuvinated and is prepared for work! Perfect for these modern times of working from home.

It is a rather rustic oak desk, with a pull-out hidden side space in case of need. The main desk is in Oxford Navy, waxed and buffed to a soft sheen. This offsets the brushed nickle cup holder handles a treat.

The top has been stripped and sanded then waxed to a luxurious Jacobean wax and buffed to a dark sheen – classic and classy.

This desk would grace any office or study whether for home working or home schooling and is now ready for a new home after being lovingly rejuvenated. In true Upcycle Arcade style, this desk now combines traditional build with a modern finish; standing out whilst fitting in.

It measures 121 cm wide, 69 cm high, 54 cm deep pull-out closed and 80cm open.

2 thoughts on “Desk for Home Office Working, Upcycled & Painted”

  1. Hello,

    I just came across this desk on your website: it is sold I know but I love it and it would be perfect for my son’s room: do you think you may have something similar available at some point please? Thank you Ewa


    1. Hi Ewa, thanks for getting in touch. I don’t have anything similar in the pipeline I’m afraid. I have just finished a desk with the same handles but painted in a grey/beige linen colour. Thing is, it’s around 150cm wide which I fear may be too large for your son. It has three drawers on the left and a cupboard on the right – it’s a double pedestal desk. I haven’t even re-hung the door yet let alone take photos. By all means let me know if this is something you may be interested in and I can certainly do an early bird deal. Follow my website or on Facebook as there may be something you like in the future. If this larger desk is not for you, good luck with your search. Kirsty


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