Office Makeover: {Ditching the Desk!}

Progress on the office makeover continues {albeit slowly!}. Things are finally falling into place though so we thought it was time for another progress update.

One piece we had to say goodbye to was my lovely desk. Now, I’m not actually ditching this prized possession. The beautiful petrified wood piece is sticking around, it’s just physically leaving the office. There are no ways around the fact that a single desk is just not big enough for four people to sit at and work efficiently. What we need is something communal, spacious and designed to help us all get down to business!

office-desk-3office-deskoffice-deskswhich-desk-1desksget your shop on: 1 // 2 // 3

Truthfully, we’ve already picked one of these beauties and it’s soon to be revealed with the rest of the office {woot!}, but all three of these tables are great options if you’re looking for the same modern, communal work space, or if you’re just looking to spread out your personal work station.

So we figured we could play a game {because we love games!}. Which desk do you think made the cut? Is it the mid-century style Parker table? The durable and sleek Strut table? Or the smooth Aqua Virgo table?!

You’ll have to stay tuned to find out!

image 1 via Line Klein // 2 via // 3 via Genbyg Design // 4 via ATWTP

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9 thoughts on “Office Makeover: {Ditching the Desk!}

  1. no. 3, industrial and smooth would be my choice.
    can’t wait to see which you picked!

  2. blu dot strut table all the way! it’s the perfect desk and so nice for communal spaces!

  3. Can’t wait to show you what we chose! I think everyone will love it!

  4. d kennedy

    I think you will pick #2 Durable & Sleek! It’s a great color and looks stable for your team to work on. Can’t wait to see

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