West Elm Desks

Modern, functionally stylish, and high-quality West Elm desks are ideal furniture pieces to complement your productive workspaces. West Elm provides a variety of desk sizes and shapes, along with a wide variety of desk finishes that make it more than likely you’ll find the desk you're looking for in the West Elm desk collection.


Find the right style to make sure that your West Elm desk fits the look of your room.



West Elm desks come in the farmhouse decor style, which is a merger of rustic and industrial styles.
Las Vegas

Las Vegas

West Elm desks have quite a few renditions that will work perfectly in homes with a Las Vegas Decor style. The high-class elegance of these tables with metal frames complements the ultra-modern style that highlights the entertainment capital of the world.


Keep the below characteristics in mind to easily customize the look of your West Elm desk for your home.


  • Glass
  • Metal
  • Raffia
  • Rattan
  • Wood


  • Antique brass
  • Blackened
  • Burnt wax
  • Gray wood
  • Industrial
  • Iron
  • Light wood
  • Oak
  • + many more


West Elm desks come in a wide range of widths, varying from 11” to 100”. Make sure to select the appropriate desk width for your space.

Price Range

The most common price range for new West Elm Desks falls in the $500-$1,500 range. Gently used or second-hand West Elm are much more affordable falling in the $50-$200 price range. Inventory turns over quickly, so check the furniture pages and sort by “brand” to find your West Elm favorites, or check at the many other gorgeous name-brand desks tables available at Reperch.

For Sale at Reperch

To find pre-loved, gently used IKEA furniture, including IKEA sideboards, check out these brick and mortar shops in your city. Nationwide shipping is also available.

San Francisco Bay Area




for sale exampleWest Elm 48” Parson’s Desk. Recently for sale at the Bay Area Local Flea for $250.00.

Environmental Sustainability & Responsibility

hand with leafWest Elm uses design to do better—for our earth, local communities, and the customer. Today, 60% of their product sales support at least one of their sustainability initiatives. They are focused on expanding the use of low-impact materials, reducing waste, and prioritizing circularity.

Fair Trade

The first home retailer to join Fair Trade USA, ensuring fair wages, healthy working conditions, and community development. $7.2M paid in Fair Trade community development funds.

Good for the Planet

Prioritizing responsible sourcing. That means more recycled, upcycled, and FSC®-certified, and less waste.


In 2019, 2.3B liters of water were saved by sourcing organic cotton. In 2020, 550+ farmers were trained in sustainable practices through a partnership with the Better Cotton Initiative.


$13.2M invested in small American-made businesses. From the Brooklyn studios, 95% of the products are designed in-house for original style and quality, and exclusive collections.


Collaborating with artisan collectives around the world to preserve handcrafting traditions and create opportunities for employment. $200M invested in artisan communities and local craftspeople.

Certified Nontoxic

Many collections are certified to GREENGUARD Gold or STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® standards, tested for harmful chemicals to guarantee you safe and healthy quality.