Home & Design 7 desks that add some fun to your workload Whether you’re paying bills, journaling or are looking for a homework-friendly space, these detailed desks are sure to take away some of the stress lingering in your office. By Jess Feldman August 9, 2019 Kids White Campaign Desk, $399; Blake Tovin Made of specially engineered wood, this desk is a perfect starting point for youngsters who are trying their hand at organization. From art projects to that first creative writing project, the possibilities are endless. Optical Inlay Desk, $1,598; Anthropologie With this bright and spacious piece of furniture under your stacks of paperwork, you’re sure to feel confident and comfortable until you reach the very end of your to-do list. Ladder Shelf Desk (White/Espresso), $223; West Elm While small, this shelf molded into a ladder serves as a decorative staple in an otherwise simple room. Thanks to the three levels, this desk provides a workspace, as well as a decorative stand. Prescot Desk, $269.99; Prescot This desk combines a farmhouse look with industrial style, thanks to the faux cement layered on top of the wood. Plus, the mint green finish is just enough of a pop of color to tie a whole room together. Chelsea Corner Desk, Simply White, $549-$824; Pottery Barn Teen Any teen will feel like a queen with this Chelsea Corner Desk that has an attached hutch, providing ample storage. Plus, the size and strength of the wood will save you the hassle of having to find another desk for years. Muriel Writing Desk, $143.19; Inspire Q Due to its welcoming shade of yellow, this piece is sure to create a comfortable workspace. Plus, it is a great desk for kids, as it offers ample storage space for them to utilize as they grow and their homework does, too. Cory Folding Desk, $189; Urban Outfitters Embrace your inner Hemingway with this classic desk that looks as if it were plucked from a writer’s den. Due to its small size and fold features, it’s ideal for those with limited space.