Writing In Designer Style - Part 1

Writing In Designer Style - Part 1

It seemed that everywhere we turned in April at High Point Furniture Market, we saw writing desks! These desks were placed not only in a study, but in all other areas of the home as well! We saw some placed behind sofas, next to beds (doubling as a night stand) and of course, in home offices! These small-scaled desks offer flexibility and functionality as well as gorgeous designer looks!

We love the placement of these attractive writing desks behind the sofa. Imagine paying bills, checking emails or reviewing homework without being isolated from the rest of the family.

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(Lillian August, Universal - High Point Market)

A big trend in home planning is to expand the space inside the bedrooms. Setting aside a little niche for a writing desk is a great idea! We love this sleek, graceful desk that can double as a night stand. It has a beautiful light and airy style that won't overwhelm the room.

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(Century, High Point Market)

These lovely little desks would also make great additions to a bedroom!

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(Uttermost, Stanley Furniture - High Point Market)

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(Theodore Alexander, High Point Market)

The idea of dual purpose furniture is gaining popularity. If you are looking for the occasional functionality of a desk but have limited space, these hinged top tables that can convert from a console to a writing desk may be a great solution!

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(Universal Furniture, High Point Market)

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(French Heritage, High Point Market)


Next week we will show you even more amazing writing desks so check back with us!

Happy Designing - By Design Interiors

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