Featuring an array of storage spaces, including cubbies for keyboards and laptops, drawers, and a hidden file holder, Motiv is constructed largely of veneered fiberboard and recycled materials. Height: 29 7/8", Width: 63", Depth: 31 1/2"
Joining B&B’s Eileen family of side tables is this larger cousin, a fairly simple two-drawer writing desk. Set atop a colored steel frame, the work surface is available in natural, black, or Russian leather. Height: 28 3/8", Width: 52 3/4", Depth: 18 1/8"
Available in both sitting and standing heights, Kant is a straightforward work table with a witty twist—a V-shaped groove in the desktop acts as a bookshelf. Modular accessories include drawers, bookends, a computer tray, and a monitor panel. Height: 29 or 44", Width: 62 or 74", Depth: 41"
Holbrook claims the inspiration for Lucy’s curves and lightweight “hollow-body” construction comes from B.B. King’s signature guitar, Lucille. The desk also features an overhead shelf with built-in bookends, dry-erase tablet for notes, pencil cup, and three shallow dishes to corral clips and other small items. Height: 59", Width: 48", Depth: 30"
In addition to the unique appearance, with its simple, clean lines crafted from glass and stainless, the wall mount hood features state-of-the-art technology. A powerful 600cfm blower system yet operates quietly at an astounding 63dba.
Height: 37” / 45 5/16”
Width: 35 7/16”
Depth: 16 11/16”
30” width cooking zone. Touch Control panel. Safety thermostat disables temperatures over 500 degrees so oil and spills do not catch fire. Extremely durable Schott Ceran glass surface. Safety Lock. Programmable burners.
Width: 27 9/16”
Depth: 20 1/2” Height: 1 15/16”
The secretary desk of yore conjures up a nook- and-cranny-filled spot for illicit correspondence, and this pint-size, modern reinterpretation does not disappoint with its drop front, sliding tray, exterior drawer, and room for a hidden power cable.
Caroline Gomez’s range of unfussy furniture pieces keeps a tight focus on natural materials: wood, ceramic, leather, and cloth. The beech Contre collection (French for “against”) does just that: leans on a wall, requiring only two legs for support instead of four.