When it comes to decorating my home, I’m a little all over the place! I love the rustic look, the farmhouse look, and the industrial look….all mixed with touches of modern splashed in for an interesting sort of style. Why is it so hard to commit to just one style?? Anyone feel me on this? Ok, well, right now, I’m crushing on this industrial-ish desk by Saunder! When I first saw it, I knew I had to have it!
Sauder Industrial Desk
This desk looks so polished and put together. And the attention to detail is perfect! The wood finish to all the wood accents and the modesty panel really set this piece apart. Crazy to think it came from a box!
I styled my Sauder desk with a yellow metal basket with a textured cream throw to soften the look, some vintage books, a industrial green task light, and faux flowers in a gold vase for a pop of modern.
Sauder is a really neat company. It was founded in 1934 and started the ready-to-assemble industry in 1953. So they are definitely pioneers in the furniture industry! And another fun fact that will make you love them more, is 90% of their furniture is manufactured in Ohio, USA.
This is a solid wood desk, so it is very sturdy. The materials used are high-quality. Our only complaints was there weren’t any instructions in our box. Or else we accidentally threw the away… Who knows! But Davis was able to assemble it no problem. He got one part backwards, but other than that, it was pretty self-explanitory.
You can use this desk for crafting, reading, homework, or even a craft table. Want to see how other bloggers styled their industrial desk and other Sauder pieces? Check out the New Sauder Lookbook here!
All the grommets and and metal detailing make me so happy. You can find this awesome desk on Sauder’s website. Want to connect with Sauder on Social Media? Find them on Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook.
So what do you think? Are you a fan of the Industrial style? What where would you put this fabulous desk?
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