Luxurious Desk And Chair With A Retro Feel

Scribe is a luxurious desk that shows off chic retro design and timeless quality of Italian materials

Scribe is a luxurious desk that shows off chic retro design and timeless quality of Italian materials

A desk is a must for a home office or a usual office but it should be not only functional but also chic and stylish to add to your space. Looking for a timeless item with pure elegance? We’ve found an idea for you.

Scribe is a retro yet contemporary desk with a slim profile and convenient storage created by Giuseppe Bavuso. The desk is impeccably designed: the writing surface and leather-clad details express timeless sartorial care and introduce Italian authenticity to the world. A mixture between a desk to make notes or write a travel journal and an elegant make-up console, Scribe consists of a storage compartment incorporated into the hide-upholstered top, and other accessories, such as a mirror and a small shelf to organise your stationery or other small items. Available with a frame in painted oak-wood or walnut-wood, Scribe is an item of interior décor with a strong scenic impact devised for the bedroom and for all those tiny personal moments throughout the day.

Ester is a companion chair in coordinating materials. A polyurethane foam seat cushion enhances comfort and ergonomics while the leather or fabric upholstery offers high style.

Ester is a chair companion for the desk, done in the same materials and aesthetics

Ester is a chair companion for the desk, done in the same materials and aesthetics

Refined leather and natural wood are a chic combo, which makes the desk different

Refined leather and natural wood are a chic combo, which makes the desk different

There's a light hanging shelf for some simple deks stuff and a mirror attached

There's a light hanging shelf for some simple deks stuff and a mirror attached

Ester can be also a nice idea for outher ambiences including dining spaces

Ester can be also a nice idea for outher ambiences including dining spaces

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