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IKEA Bestå Burs Desk

The IKEA Bestå Burs Desk has a slim design ideal for compact space, working area, or bedroom. It features two drawers for storage and a top sizeable to fit a laptop computer. The Bestå Burs Desk frames are made of steel with the side and back panel made of fiberboard and a top of particleboard all coated with melamine.

The IKEA Bestå Burs Desk has an overall height of 29.125” (74 cm), width of 47.25” (120 cm), and depth of 15.75” (40 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the IKEA Bestå Burs Desk labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
The IKEA Bestå Burs Desk has a slim design ideal for compact space, working area, or bedroom. It features two drawers for storage and a top sizeable to fit a laptop computer. The Bestå Burs Desk frames are made of steel with the side and back panel made of fiberboard and a top of particleboard.

The IKEA Bestå Burs Desk has an overall height of 29.125” (74 cm), width of 47.25” (120 cm), and depth of 15.75” (40 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the IKEA Bestå Burs Desk labeled with height, width, and depth in plan and elevation
Risom Desk
Illustration of the Risom Desk with table lamp and books for scale and size comparison

The Risom Desk is a small-sized solid walnut desk with a top surface wrapped in leather. Designed by Jens Risom (2012) as a writing-surface for small spaces, the Risom Desk is a beautiful and sturdy surface for studying or reading with an included solid wooden tray at the center of the table for storing desk supplies.

The Risom Desk has a width of 42” (106.7 cm), depth of 22” (55.9 cm), and overall height of 29” (73.7 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the Risom Desk measuring desk height, width, and depth in elevation and plan
The Risom Desk is a small-sized solid walnut desk with a top surface wrapped in leather. Designed by Jens Risom (2012) as a writing-surface for small spaces, the Risom Desk is a beautiful and sturdy surface for studying or reading with an included solid wooden tray for storage.

The Risom Desk has a width of 42” (106.7 cm), depth of 22” (55.9 cm), and overall height of 29” (73.7 cm).

Dimensioned drawings of the Risom Desk measuring desk height, width, and depth in elevation and plan
Standing Work Table
Dimensioned drawing of a standard Standing Work Table with measurements for height and width

Standing works tables are flexible surfaces for casual work. Typically found in offices, coffee shops, or other modern work environments, standing work tables are ideal for short to medium work sessions where standing is desired or recommended.

Standing work tables are between 38”-42” (97-107 cm) in height and average 36” (91 cm) wide to best serve multiple laptop or tablet users on a single surface.‍

Standing works tables are flexible surfaces for casual work. Typically found in offices, coffee shops, or other modern work environments, standing work tables are ideal for short to medium work sessions where standing is desired.

Standing work tables are between 38”-42” (97-107 cm) in height and average 36” (91 cm) wide to best serve multiple laptop or tablet users on a single surface.‍

Nelson X-Leg Table
Front elevation drawing of the Nelson X-Leg Table with table lamp and books for scale

The Nelson X-Leg Table is a large multi-functional table design set on x-shaped tubular steel legs. Designed by George Nelson in 1950 as a versatile table solution that would prove equally functional for dining, working, or entertaining, the Nelson X-Leg Table is an accommodating design that can pair well with a variety of chair and decor choices.

The Nelson X-Leg Table has a width of 60” (152.4 cm), depth of 30” (76.2 cm), and overall height of 28.5” (72.4 cm).

Elevation and plan drawings with dimensions of the Nelson X-Leg Table
The Nelson X-Leg Table is a large multi-functional table design set on x-shaped tubular steel legs. Designed by George Nelson in 1950 as a versatile table solution that would prove equally functional for dining, working, or entertaining, the Nelson X-Leg Table is an accommodating table design.

The Nelson X-Leg Table has a width of 60” (152.4 cm), depth of 30” (76.2 cm), and overall height of 28.5” (72.4 cm).

Elevation and plan drawings with dimensions of the Nelson X-Leg Table
Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table
Front elevation of the Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table with a desk lamp and Apple iMac computer for scale

The Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table is a walnut veneered desk with sculptural legs created by swagging (pressure curving) metal tubes. Designed by George Nelson in 1958 as an exploration of how to make table legs more fluid, the Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table uses a minimal combination of tabletop and stretcher elements to give the table structure while keeping the eye focused on the beauty of the legs.

The Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table has a width of 54” (137.2 cm), depth of 36” (91.4 cm), and overall height of 29.4” (74.7 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table measuring desk height, width, and depth
The Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table is a walnut veneered desk with sculptural legs created by swaging (pressure curving) metal tubes. Designed by George Nelson in 1958, the Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table is an exploration of how to make table legs more fluid.

The Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table has a width of 54” (137.2 cm), depth of 36” (91.4 cm), and overall height of 29.4” (74.7 cm).

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Nelson Swag Leg Rectangular Work Table measuring desk height, width, and depth
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