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I recently teamed up with The Home Depot to feature one of their products in my home, and I had so much fun styling it! The objective was to show you one desk styled 3 ways. I had such a hard time deciding where to keep it permanently because I absolutely loved it in all three places. The thing that I love about desks in general is that they are such versatile pieces of furniture. This one is beautiful! It’s the Anjou White Wash Desk, and it is currently available in “Natural.”
DESK AS ENTRYWAY TABLE
First, I styled the desk as an entryway console table. This particular desk is the perfect size and style to be used for this purpose. I love the modern, clean lines and the mixed materials. The juxtaposition of the dark metal and the whitewashed wood is so pretty. I also love that the drawers provide storage for things like mail and other miscellaneous “stuff” that tends to end up in the entryway drop zone.
I stashed a couple of oversized baskets underneath the table to hold shoes, jackets, backpacks, and anything else my kids generally decide to drop on the floor as soon as they come through the front door. Now there is a place to put it where people won’t trip over it!
The little gold dish is perfect for dropping keys in.
DESK IN MY HOME OFFICE
Next, I used it for its intended purpose, as a desk in my home office, aka “mom cave.” It’s larger than the desk I had in here before, and I love that there is storage since I didn’t have any before. I also like that there’s an option to lock the drawers in place so they can’t slide all the way out, or unlock them so they can. I decided to keep them locked so a certain resident toddler doesn’t come along and yank them out onto the floor.
I made the abstract art above the desk using a drop cloth as the canvas.
I decided to hire a professional stylist to help me with this project. He swore he was of legal working age, but he looked a little young to me. Hmm … At least he was cute.
I decided to let him hang around for a while.
DESK AS BEDSIDE TABLE
Last but not least, I styled the desk as a bedside table. We actually already have a desk on the other side, but this one is so pretty and I actually like it better.
I made the abstract art, and kept the decor simple with a clock, a pair of antlers, and a brass planter which holds an orchid that I’m sure I will promptly kill. (I’m not so good with plant life, but I’m working on it.)
While I loved the desk in each of these three spaces, I ended up keeping it in our entryway. It’s the perfect addition to that space, and I love that it’s more substantial than what we had there before. The added storage is a plus too!
If you love this desk as much as I do, here are a few similar items you might also like:
- Montrose White and Sonoma Oak Computer Desk
- Mason Black Desk
- Tracey Gray Desk
- Canal Northern Oak Desk
- Weathered Oak and Chrome Writing Desk
- Emery Salvaged Oak Desk
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