We gave you a sneak peek at the Steampunk Desk by Steel Vintage last year that has X-shaped legs, making it perfect for X-Men fans. This year, the England-based company has added another notch on its belt and introduced a collection of the Great Western Desk and Table. The design of the table-desk duo is inspired by the 19th-century industrial steam-powered machinery which is somewhat identical to Steampunk.
The Great Western collection is just another masterpiece by the furnishing giant that is globally famous for designing fancy vintage furniture. It features a built-in lifting mechanism that can be controlled via Bluetooth or a controller. This allows the user to adjust the desk’s height.
Moreover, the collection features multiple solid cast brass name badges. The table and desk are supplemented by a cast-iron steel vintage badge on both legs. The table-desk duo is purely handmade and forms part of a vintage industrial-style steel collection.
To design the Great Western collection, the company drew its inspiration from the old passenger sheds found at Bristol Temple Meads train station. The solid cast iron wheel was further designed to pay homage to steam trains along with a variety of solid cast brass and iron decorative badges.
Every square inch, every angle and every material of the table has been meticulously designed to perfection. In addition, the elegant curves gracefully blend with hard industrial lines.
The table can be used for both domestic and commercial purposes. The Great Western collection is available in multiple sizes and a variety of finishes. The desk and the table are both beautifully engineered and are top-class crafted by artisans, and are available at a price of $23,089 and $20,375, respectively.
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