1 Piece 3 Ways: The Leather Topped Partners Desk

There’s no arguing that an office is a functional space that should be designed for maximum productivity. But we also won’t sit here and tell you that we aren’t a whole lot more productive in an office space that’s beautiful, chic and well-organized. We like to think that being amidst stylish surroundings helps get us in a creative, elevated mindset that allows us to do our best work.

At the center of any well-designed office space: The perfect desk. We’re currently obsessed with this leather-topped partners desk we have in our inventory. If you’re like us and you work best when form and function are in harmony, here are three ideas for styling this antique beauty.

The Feminine Approach.
A heavy desk like this one can still feel at home in the office of a bossylady. The key to achieving the look is to balance out a masculine piece with feminine lines, soft colors, and weathered touches, all of which add a softness to the style.

Partners desk -office style

Get the Look:
Leather-topped partner’s desk via TLV, Tripod floor lamp via TLV, West Elm area rug, Kathy Kuo Home wall clock, Ballard Designs desk chair.

The Boy’s Club
Of course, the desk is also perfect for an old-school, wood-paneled, tartan-everywhere, scotch-on-the-bar kind of office, too.

masculine office space

Get the Look:
Leather-topped partner’s desk via TLV, Oriental rug via TLV, Hickory Chair bar cart via TLV, Ballard Designs office chair, Arteriors decanter

The Modern-Eclectic Take
The desk silhouette is undeniably traditional, but that doesn’t mean it can’t feel at home in a more modern space. Surrounding it with contemporary pieces feels fresh and creative.

modern eclectic office decor

Get the Look:
Leather-topped partner’s desk via TLV, Zebra hide rug via TLV, Kartell ghost chair, Kate Spade table lamp, Dwell Studio wall art.

Which space do you love most?

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