Baroque Mexican Executive Wood Desk with Antique Balusters
Remember when you were growing up and work seemed so exotic? Well, that spice of life exotic is back in this Baroque Mexican Executive Wood Desk. The salvaged turned-wood balusters are fashioned into the mainframe of the desk, enriching the drama and movement in the visuals of the desk. Generously-sized doors allow the “hiding” of all technology (hide the printer!) and raised beveled panes surround the desk.
Way back, the word “baroque” came from Portuguese barroco, meaning “irregularly or oddly shaped.” Initially it referred to describe pearls of all things. Like any great word, it became a lifestyle term to be used for anything extravagant or ornate. So modern it up and it can be said for anything with a complicated design. If you are a stand-up kind of person, this is your kind of office desk. Your new home office desk because it’s only 67″ long but big on looks: its compact size works in your favor.