Jackson Work Table

Joes Desk 2

Joes Desk 3

Joes Desk 1

Jackson Work Table  
We made this industrial style work table for two photographers to use in their shared studio space. They wanted something that provided them the flexibility to use as a desk, a photographer’s work table, or a conference table for client meetings. The desk was constructed from an vintage metal drafting table base painted a bright red, and a salvaged Douglas Fir plank custom tabletop. We added locking casters to allow them to easily move the table to suit their needs.
If you want to spend an afternoon (or two) immersed in some beautiful wedding and family photography, please visit the websites of these two very talented photographers!

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Leo Desk 2.0

leo desk 2.0

leo desk 2.0

leo desk 2.0

leo desk 2.0

Leo Desk 2.0

SOLD

52 1/2″w x 28 1/4″d x 29″h

Reclaimed Whitewashed Oak Tabletop
Vintage Drafting Table legs
Reclaimed Office Desk Filing Cabinet with Brass Handles-Painted Hundred Acre Green
Black Steel Pipe Legs
Handmade Drawer Frame and Pencil Drawer- Painted with Milk Paint and Decoupaged with Vintage Topographical Map, with Brass Drawer Pull

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Leo Desk

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Leo Desk

52 1/2″w x 28 1/4″d x 29″h

Reclaimed Oak Tabletop
Vintage Drafting Table legs
Reclaimed Office Desk Filing Cabinet
Black Steel Pipe Legs
Leather Wrapped Pencil Drawer

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Maywood Desk

The inspiration for the maywood desk sprung from a mid-century walnut veneer file cabinet found at a yard sale on Maywood Street. A fifty year old handmade drawing board, its green Vyco board cover pocked with years of use, became the desk top. The legs were pried from a sewing machine table that we liberated from Grandma’s attic, and the apron was wrapped with the stray pages of a vintage flea market novel. The desk is topped with a working industrial factory lamp.

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