Friday, October 24th, 2014
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Get to know The MILK Grande Desk. Designed by Søren Rose and manufactured by Holmris, it has a sleek minimalist look, but is very high functioning and serves several purposes. The fact that it sits atop a pedestal means it can be used as a large workspace for one, but can transform into a mini-conference table and has room for up to four people to pull up and work at once.
Photograph by Kristian Holm
Since health experts have recently called sitting all day “the new smoking” in terms of danger to your health, having a standing option is optimal (the adjustable column is an option). Whether you like to sit in an ergonomic desk chair, perch on a yoga ball or decide to get some standing, squats or ballet poses in while tapping away on the keyboard or drawing, the MILK Grande Desk can accommodate you. The height is adjustable to suit all of your needs.
The desk is crafted of MDF beautifully finished with high gloss lacquer. Get to know all of the secrets the MILK Grande Desk is hiding — check out this 360º look at all it can do. As for storage, the desk has seamless built-in cubbies for tools, pencils, tablets, folders, notebooks, charging accessories and even cord management. This keeps the clutter well contained and easy to reach so that you can concentrate on the task at hand.
Options like these cubby lids are sold separately.
Like what you see? Learn more about the MILK Grande Desk and decide if you want to buy it.
Friday, January 20th, 2012
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1. New Rue! I especially loved the great photographs of the minis, which made me miss my dollhouse terribly. Fabulous spaces and photography are waiting for you in the January/February Rue.
image by John Stoffer via Rue
2. Blu Dot picked not once, but twice in The Thursday NYTimes “Shopping With” section. Author Arthur Phillips rounded up writing desks for them this weekend and picked out The Cant Desk:
and The Stash Desk:
I was also strangely fascinated by the house tours of the former homes of Mexican drug dealers who had been caught. The last image of a drug dealer house south of the border I had in my head was the incredible spread from Romancing the Stone.
3. Loving Style List’s Home Improvement Projects That Cost Under $10. Yeah, we already knew all of these, but it’s really nice to have 14 of them gathered in one well-written place.
4. Finally, I love seeing the way celebs live. Since Cribs never seems to be on anymore, I’m extra thankful to Casa Sugar for keeping track of movie star moving (why do they move like every year? I never really realized that until Larry David mocked the phenomenon by moving every year on Curb Your Enthusiasm). Here’s Rose McGowan’s new pad in Hollywood:
(SIDE NOTE: I could swear this house was on that Bravo show with those annoying guys who sell million dollar real estate. Some total tool with a Lambo or a Ferrari or Doc’s DeLorean or something was thinking about buying the house and then bottomed out on this driveway which killed the deal, no? Maybe not.)
5. Also in celeb real estate news, you can check out Steven Tyler’s new digs over at WSJ.com. I am biting my tongue and not working in some lame line that incorporates Aerosmith lyrics. Steven is still tied with Lil’ Jon as my most striking celebrity sighting ever.