Pottery Barn Bedford Project Table Set

OK this a reader request! I know you guys have seen plenty of  knock-offs of this Pottery Barn desk. Target’s is sold out on their website and JCPenney’s no longer has one available…Any other ideas?

I have been looking for a Pottery Barn Bedford Project Table for around $400.00.  It is almost impossible.  The Pottery Barn Bedford Project Table is currently on special for $949.00 which does not include the shipping.  With shipping it will probably be close to $1,200.00 easily.

I was wondering if you or your readers found anything for a little less than $599.00?

Take care,
Anya

Pottery Barn’s Bedford Project Table Set = $949.00 (on special)

Hayneedle’s Venture Horizon Project Center Desk = $599.99

15 thoughts on “Pottery Barn Bedford Project Table Set

  1. i wish i had the talent and/or the workspace to build my own stuff, but that's why i stalk copy cat chic for good stuff.

  2. I bought one a while ago from World Market. It was $199.00, but it's not online anymore. The only difference is it has three long bookshelves on each side instead of 9 cubbies.

  3. Hi! Did you end up buying one? Which one? I'm looking for one too – less than the $949. Did you buy the Hayneedle version? Do you feel that it is quality? Thanks!!!

  4. Hi-

    I did not end up buying after reading everyone's posts I did do some more investigating.

    I liked the one at Pier 1, although it did not have the same size table top dimension. The price was right at $299, but I need the table top space to do my projects. I also LOVED the one at CB2, it is very stylish, but the same size dimension problem occurred. Both the Pier 1 and the CB2 had a dimension of about 28" as opposed to the approximate 38" deep and in person it does make a difference.

    I happened to see a Bedford Project Table at my local store, I think it had been returned because it was a store sample but I really liked the quality of what I saw in person. I was on the fence about the quality of the
    Pier 1 model so I decided to pass on it.

    I am seriously considering making one from some of the plans I have seen here. It looks easy enough. I will keep looking for other models though. It seems as though I may have missed the boat on less expensive models from JcPenny and World Market.

    =Anya

  5. The Hayneedle's version looks like you could make it yourself out of two shelves and some ply wood and 2/4's. Just a thought.

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