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

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    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 https://www.facebook.com/upcyclearcade 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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