Retro yet contemporary: Scribe table by Alivar

Designed by Giuseppe Bavuso for Alivar’s Home Projects Collection, Scribe is a retro yet contemporary desk with a slim profile and storage.

Scribe is actually a cross between a desk to make notes or write a travel journal and a make-up console. Scribe has a storage compartment incorporated into the hide-upholstered top. It is available with a frame in painted oak-wood or walnut-wood. The writing desk may be used to furnish any room, from the bedroom to the lounge.

Scribe measure 41.3 inches in height; 49.2 inches in width and is 25.6 inches deep.


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Photo credit: Alivar

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