Poms Office Desk From Ligne Roset

Poms Office Desk From Ligne Roset

Laure Joliet
Jul 23, 2009

Recently we started shopping around for a tiny desk to fit in a tiny space. But everything we seemed to find had obtrusive legs and little to no storage...or it was just plain ugly...or worse, wobbly. Let's be honest, we'd rather have a too big desk than a small ugly one that wobbles, right? Well, we've found our dream desk and it's already a classic with a story:

The Pom's Desk from Ligne Roset has the smallest profile we've seen with an elegant sillhouette and the best part? The top hinges down to create a little nook for your laptop to live when you're not working on it. Plus there are little cubbies on each side that are the perfect size for sheets of papers or notes that you don't want cluttering up the top. And the name? You know how on a Mac sometimes people say 'Apple Shift 4' instead of 'Command Shift 4'? Well, in France pomme is apple, so they're constantly saying to pomme this and pomme that. So in honor of the most common command while sitting at a desk, the desk is named Poms.

Designed in 2008 by Julie Pfligersdorffer for Ligne Roset.

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