Make your office more environmentally friendly with a reclaimed wooden desk
Waste wood is a useful construction material that can be used in all areas from the ground to the wall finishing. Many craftsmen and furniture manufacturers jumped on a trend for recycled wood furniture, so now you can add that to your eco-friendly home. Built with all types of wood, from strong oak to soft cedar, recycled wood desk designs offer surprisingly wide choice from minimalist console types to spacious L-shaped surfaces.
Minimalist reclaimed wood desks
Handcrafted from reclaimed timbers, this long but sleek pipe bowl industrial design is for those who work digitally but want plenty of room on their desks.
The simpler the desk, the less it will cost. Given today’s dependence on computers, this is exactly what you need. However, additional paperwork quickly increases the cost of the design.
Sleek, console-style tables are more practical than you might think. Sure, there’s less space for snacks and extra equipment, but you can reuse it as a hallway or living room console, breakfast table, or TV stand.
In addition, it will not take up so much space in a small apartment with its metal staves that give the reclaimed wooden table top a ghostly hovering look.
Take, for example, this Timber & Soul recycled wood desk. With its wider, thicker table top, it could be reused as a dining table with space for a bread basket.
As a desk, however, it is a perfectly functional surface with a shelf for a printer and a surface for coffee.
Sourcing walnut slabs from the villages of Bulgaria Our Hood sometimes creates special desks that look like the trendy live edge pieces.
This rustic wooden table, which they have designed with metal pins for the legs, shows the beautiful texture of the walnut in the irregular edges and an oil-refined table top.
Slim desks with drawers
In those days when people used pencils to write at their desks, Recycled Brooklyn added a small pencil drawer to the side of this narrow desk to keep the memory of what was happening in front of the computers.
Perfect design for artists and home improvement alike. It can be built with personal modifications that make your unique design unique.
Speaking of unique recycled wood desks, this tree plate made by Recycled Brooklyn is unique and also comes in a live edge style.
Equipped with two drawers, it is a nice addition to any modern office that lacks of life and natural beauty.
This beauty, while also coming up with simple metal pins for legs, looks like a desk with a story. And it’s not just the aesthetics of a weathered, discolored wood. The desk was made of beams from a house from 1886.
If we give the user a beautiful diamond pattern for viewing and viewing, we believe that such a desk can enhance creativity.
Drawer reclaimed wood desks
The pine-wood Juliana Sawhorse desk looks different with its metal sawhorse legs and three-drawer top. The desk with preserved natural wood cracks and knots adds a rough rustic / industrial feel to the interior.
Combined with a matching bookshelf and a luxurious leather chair, it ensures a statement home office.
Another creation of Zinhome is a recycled Peroba Mitchell desk with natural beeswax. The desk looks like a historical piece. Its modern mid-century style reinforces the impression.
Every Mitchell desk is carefully handcrafted so no two are alike. It would definitely find a place in an eclectic home with a smart interior that is full of jewel tones.
The unique industry continues the reclaimed wood of the 19th century to create their beautiful desks. This one has a chevron pattern and three drawers with cool metal handles.
Even if it is a perfect desk material, we can definitely see it as a hallway console that attracts attention and instantly sets the tone for the entire home.
Reclaimed wood desks with a hutch
Reclaimed tables can be multifunctional in their design. Here is an example that LABL Studio uses in one of its projects.
A slim, console-like table top sitting on metal pin legs is long enough to house a TV and a computer, a keyboard, and a few extra items in a stable. Perfect little apartment solution.
Hutch is often a better complement to an old desk than a drawer. Urban Wood Goods created desks with built-in recycled wooden boxes that enhance their rustic charm.
These are also better because they can store more and bigger things than these slim desk drawers.
Memory-friendly desk designs
If you feel that a recycled wood desk can only be used to write and work on the computer, Monkwood is here to surprise with his professional workspace for audio and video work.
Impressive in terms of size and design is the workstation, which fits into an 88-key electric piano, poplar and two industrial Rohstahlbasen. Available woods for the desktop include birch, cherry, walnut and oak. Shelves and racks are also customizable.
How industrial style and colorful wood? WWMake has covered you with their recovered barn wood patchwork desk enclosed in a hand-welded steel frame with a bottom shelf for occasional papers.
Would you like to know an even cooler thing about it? It is made with 100 year old wood.
Smart, slim and completely chic in the rustic industrial sense, this welded steel frame wood desk displays a natural finish and a storage-friendly design.
Although it is quite simple, this desk comes at an affordable price than many other used wooden tables.
This loft-style workstation is for those who still work with documents and need a little storage space to accommodate all the paperwork.
Smart and stylish, this desk could also function as a TV stand with the small shelves containing external devices and DVDs.
Reclaimed wood desks with unusual bases
The Clapton desk by Zinhome made of recycled perobald wood is a style definition. Its concrete slab alone makes it a perfect contemporary piece.
With two drawers and metal feet from the middle of the century, the desk is a real eye-catcher and deserves its own home office space.
If you’re looking for a reclaimed desk with an unusual base, Vintage Industrial offers a few designs that any industrial loft enthusiast would kill for.
Here’s her Industrialux lectern, which, as the name implies, can be set to a sitting or standing height with the help of a crank. How cool is that?
Although small and minimalist, this Scout And Forge desk has a cool cast iron machine base and around 200 years between its parts.
Handmade in the US, it does not require assembly, but fits the photo of the store.
Made of recycled cast iron and solid oak, this recycled wood table is an eye-catcher thanks to its non-matt base. It could totally double like a cool loft dining table.
It does not mind his slim top as it contrasts beautifully with the thicker metal legs. In addition, oak is tough and sturdy enough to withstand heavy loads, let alone a computer and a few paper documents.
Live Edge desks
Live Edge furniture is no small niche anymore. More and more people want to add one or two pieces to their interior.
Elpis & Wood Furniture offer a range of natural wood panel furniture that can be both impressive and casual, compared to industrial workbench desks.
This epic live walnut desk was custom-made by a man who works in a concrete office that lacks the warmth and beauty of nature. Living Wood Design offered him a walnut plate with a natural crack and an extension of the limbs.
Combined with an industrial base and a rough bark edge, the desk does not seem out of this world.
This reclaimed live edge maple desk is a real eye-catcher. Its decorative steel base in aged bronze mimics a tree trunk in shape and color to complement the beautifully cracked maple top, which is not to be loved in this sculptural look?