A natural wood slab rustic desk can make a bold statement in any office space. Littlebranch Farm offers a range of options, from a simple writing desk to a grand executive desk. Our custom furniture maker carefully selects natural edge wood slabs and live edge wood sourced from the USA to create unique, personalized pieces. Our collaborative design process ensures that every client receives the perfect desk for their needs. In addition, we prioritize sustainability by sourcing our wood from dead-standing trees or logs left behind by loggers in the Pacific Northwest region of the USA. At Littlebranch Farm, we are committed to creating beautiful, eco-friendly furniture for future generations.
To see the current inventory, visit The Store. We specialize in custom-built to order live edge furniture.
Custom office desk
In our opinion, creating a warm and inviting office decor can help boost productivity. One way to achieve this is by using a natural wood slab to craft a basic home office or executive desk. The presence of natural wood in the workplace will evoke a sense of calm and stability inspired by nature. While rustic furniture has long embraced the natural beauty of wood, modern mid-century designs with clean lines also benefit from incorporating natural wood slabs to add warmth to any home decor. Notably, the skilled craftsman George Nakashima was known for highlighting the natural wood elements in his furniture designs.
Live edge wood executive desk
We specialize in creating spec office desks, but we’re also happy to offer custom office desks and rustic furniture to suit our client’s individual requirements. With many customized designs for rustic desks, which often incorporate live edge wood or solid wood slabs for the top. We also customize the bases using stump, driftwood, or twisted juniper. Additionally, we offer filing cabinets or cabinets with drawers, doors, or a combination of both. Finally, we provide a natural wood slab as an option for the base.
Custom rustic office furniture
- How to design a custom office desk?
The steps are simple. What is the size, and do you have a drawing? What is your budget? Yes, this is a big deal, as the cost does
varybetween species and design options.
- Where to find a live edge wood desk?
There are several custom furniture makers in the local area. Although, you must feel comfortable with that craftsman. Relationships and trust go a long way, but so does longevity.
- How to find a furniture maker to make my desk?
One effective method of getting recommendations is by searching for images online. You can also communicate with the custom furniture maker, read reviews, and ask plenty of questions such as how long they have been in business and what the aftercare process is like for your custom wood furniture. If possible, it’s advisable to visit their studio. However, if you’re unable to, you can check their social media pages for studio pictures to get a better understanding of their work.
A custom standing desk with electric up and down and a live edge wood slab desktop.
Live edge wood desk
Our executive desks are a popular choice due to their size and craftsmanship. Made from beautiful, highly figured wood, they feature a simple pen drawer and are often supported by a twisted juniper, driftwood, or root base. These desks are not just functional but also serve as art pieces. To complete a rustic decor, we offer custom credenzas and wood filing cabinets that provide additional storage. Our team designs and builds each piece to meet the specific needs of our clients, and we can create filing cabinets and credenzas in various configurations. Whether it’s a four-foot or ten-foot executive desk, we have the expertise to build it to your specifications.
Wood slab office desk
We utilize live edge wood slabs that are indigenous to the United States. While we may not be labeled as environmental enthusiasts, we firmly believe in maintaining eco-friendliness. We try to acquire our materials from trees and root systems located on the forest floor or from dead-standing trees. This approach promotes sustainability. Nevertheless, it may restrict the supply of materials. Our primary wood species consist of Claro Walnut, old-growth Redwood burl, and Big Leaf Maple burl.