Saturday, January 19, 2013

Wooden Desks For Kids - Classic & Contemporary

Kids wooden desks have been around from the beginning, further back than we can remember. While the first desks that were made this way weren't the most comfortable, manufacturers have designed new wooden desk concepts for modern kids who need something to cushion their school-bound bottoms. Whether you're buying in bulk for a classroom or getting your child an authentic desk to make games of "school" more intriguing, the following desks are among the top rated in 2013 thus far.


Lipper International Child's Desk with Chalkboard Top and Chair Set

Grandparents will delight at these traditional and classic desks made from the finest wooden materials and stained an appealing espresso brown. Crafted for durability and lifetime strength, these desks offer a flat chalkboard surface (chalk not included) where play lessons and colorful drawings can be freely drawn then wiped clean away. Dubbed the modern version of a contemporary idea, the top flips up for additional storage space, while grooves around the wooden surface offer shallow compartments for erasers and chalk.


Alex Super Art Table with Paper Roll and Two Benches

Siblings and friends will benefit most from the artistic desk, which is dotted with multiple colors against a contrasting black base. Two long benches fit under the table when not in use, while compartments offer storage for paint cups and a wide range of artsy materials and supplies. A roll of thick paper attaches to the table's spinner underneath, offering a seemingly endless sheet of coloring potential to creative tots and their buddies.


Guidecraft Jr. Roll-Top Desk

For the future writers and creative spirits in your family, this desk is an allover white with a traditional roll-top and storage compartments. A wooden chair fits comfortably under the desk, as the desk's surface reveals plenty of space for a batch of finished stories and kid-friendly manuscripts.


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