Deal: Ditch Your Current Desk for Floyd’s Better-Looking, Discounted One

It’s $100 off and it’ll assemble in two minutes

It's $100 off a stylish table/desk from Floyd
By Kirk Miller / April 2, 2020 5:05 am

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The Floyd desk arrives in multiple colorways and takes 2 minutes to assemble (Photo: Floyd)

The American direct-to-consumer furniture brand Floyd is currently offering $100 off its best-selling Table/Desk. Elegant and minimalist, the desk assembles in two minutes with zero tools. The surface is made of birch and finished off in linoleum, making for a charming modern perch that scores high marks for both durability and aesthetics.

Use the code WORKSPACE at checkout now through 4/10 to get the deal, and a portion of every table sold will go toward the Frontline Responders Fund, a collective of organizations focused on getting the resources needed to those working on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis.

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