Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Glass top desk suite Futura glass top desk, chair, & taboret by Studio Designs arts & crafts


A craft table or desk is a highly desired piece of furniture that is of importance to artists, architects, designers, engineers, contractors, students or for any type of office or school work as well as arts and crafts. This hobby station offers a tilt angle and an adjustable height option for the comfort of the user and features a futuristic glass top design that is both contemporary and functional.

An innovative glass top desk suite Futura glass top desk & taboret by Studio Designs arts & crafts is the perfect answer to anyone who needs and wants such helpful and contemporary pieces of furniture that will also dress up a studio or office and make stunning additions to the stylish atmosphere as well as proving their usefulness.

A taboret is a small portable desk or cabinet with drawers and/or shelves for storage of art, drafting, drawing, and other supplies. The purpose is to bring organization to a work area. The name is derived from its resemblance to an Old French drum called a tabour.

This Futura craft and hobby desk comes with a chair and a taboret offers a contemporary and ergonomic design, a base constructed of durable heavy gauge steel for durability, and four floor levers to provide stability. The size of the desk or table is 43” wide by 24” deep by 31.5" high and features a tempered blue safety glass top with a 38” x 24” work surface. The top adjusts to a 25 degree convenient drawing and design angle. Included are three plastic side drawers for supplies plus a 9” x 28” desk drawer for storing office or drawing tools.

You can get this unique furniture combination quickly because shipment is within just one or two business days. Look good while being productive too!

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