Cascadia Desk 6201 by BDI
designed by Matthew Weatherly
At A Glance:
With sleek, modern lines and the kind of material and craftsmanship quality we're used to seeing from BDI, the Cascadia Desk is one of their newest forays into the home office. The desk's neoprene-lined multifunction drawer keeps a keyboard, mouse and other rechargeable items organized and the convenient side drawer is ideal for keeping supplies close at hand.
What's To Like:
The Cascadia Desk can be assembled for right or left-handed users, positioning the keyboard drawer on whichever side you'd like. Plus, the drawer's front swings down, making the drawer a truly functional keyboard tray and clearing up your desk's surface area (both for looks and to make space for the rockin' monitor you've got up there).
What's Not to Like:
If you're looking for a smaller laptop desk, the Cascadia Desk 6201 may be too big for you at 24" deep and 54.25" wide. Try the smaller 19.25" deep desk instead.
The Bottom Line:
The Cascadia Desk provides a desk with a modern profile and multi-functional drawers, enabling you to make the most of your space in style.
- Overall: 29.25" h x 54.25" w x 24" d
- Weight: 116 lbs
- Keyboard/multifunction drawer stores your keyboard and arranges your electronics for charging
- Side storage drawer is perfect for the little stuff you'll need at your desk
- Choose from rich Natural Walnut, Chocolate-stained Walnut, or Espresso-stained Oak veneers, along with glossy white
- Satin-nickel finished steel legs give the desk a sleek look
- The Cascadia office collection also includes a mobile file pedestal and a laptop desk
- See also the coordinating Cascadia Table and Home Theater collections
The BDI Cascadia Desk is also known by the following manufacturer Item Number: 6201.
Heavily influenced by Danish modern style, Matthew studied Scandinavian design, architecture, and woodworking at Denmark's Design School and holds a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. Inspired by his love of Nature, Matthew's designs have become known for merging maximum functionality with minimal materials, always striving to do more with less.