Making a Desk Out of Something Uncommon

Making a Desk Out of Something Uncommon

Jeanine Brennan
Sep 8, 2009

Lately we've been obsessed with unusual desks. People who put boards on sawhorses, paint bright shiny colors on plywood or use antique doors on file cabinets. One of our favorites was put together by David Butler (Amy Butler's husband) for his studio. Its made out of a.....

.... its a vintage hospital gurney and it looks fantastic in his studio. He must have modified it a bit &mdash it looks like he added a stainless top and removed the side rails. We're guessing it adjusts up and wheels around as well. Have any of you made a desk out of something unusual? What was it?

(Images: Amy Butler's Midwest Modern)

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