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Upgrade Your Work From Home Lifestyle With the Alada Folding Desk

08.24.22 | By
Upgrade Your Work From Home Lifestyle With the Alada Folding Desk

If you work from home, or have been over the past couple of years, you know just how valuable a dedicated workspace can be. You also most likely know how difficult it can be to separate being “at home” and “at work” every day. Designer Daniel Garcia-Sanchez, co-founder of Woodendot, is familiar with the feeling and set about creating a piece of furniture – Alada – that can transform from a desk into a shelf in a snap.

floating folding desk

Separating your personal time from your work time when doing home office can be challenging, sometimes you won’t notice it and you’ve been working all day on all possible surfaces of your home. The need for that closing time, for that literal act of saying ‘ok work is over for today’ was something I couldn’t find no matter how much I looked.

– Daniel Garcia-Sanchez

floating folding desk set to shelf position

Alada was born of the idea of being able to close and put away your workspace, and all but forget about it, until you need it again. This floating, folding desk has timeless appeal and the ability to make a difference in your lifestyle and space. Its minimal design is key to its functionality, which includes a bit of hidden storage and the ability to install it at any height. Alada is available in two different finishes, natural oak wood and black lacquered ash wood. Different color finishes available upon request.

floating folding desk

floating folding desk

floating folding desk

floating folding desk

floating folding desk

floating folding desk

To learn more about Alada, visit woodendot.com.

Kelly Beall is senior editor at Design Milk. The Pittsburgh-based graphic designer and writer has had a deep love of art and design for as long as she can remember, and enjoys sharing her finds with others. When undistracted by great art and design, she can be found making a mess in the kitchen, consuming as much information as possible, or on the couch with her three pets. Find her @designcrush on social.