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Nelson Swag Leg Desk

Designer: George Nelson
Retro yet contemporary, the Nelson swag leg desk has the look, scale, and function that are just right for today.

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Just-right Scale

Although introduced in 1958, this distinctive home office desk seems to have been designed to fit today's compact electronics perfectly. It's sized perfectly for a laptop, MP3 dock, and iPad. It makes efficient use of space and fits easily into your home office, kitchen, family room, or main living area.

We've added a handy grommet to the back of the desk for efficient cable management. Colorful cubbyholes at the back keep materials organized and at hand, and one fits a laptop computer. Two molded plastic drawers store small items.

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  • Smart, Contemporary Appearance

    Smart, Contemporary Appearance

    You don't expect to see whimsical colors on a desk, but here they are: orange, spa blue, and chartreuse hardwood dividers. The desk has walnut sides, back, and stretcher frame and a white laminate top. Two unobtrusive black storage drawers hold writing instruments.

  • Compact Dimensions

    Compact Dimensions

    This is a desk that will fit anywhere—in a kitchen, den, or study. The surface is just the right size for electronics, paper, and writing—even though laptop computers didn't exist at the time Nelson designed the desk. (Surface = W: 28 ½" x L: 39")

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