SD STUDIO DESIGNS Triflex Drawing Table, Sit to Stand Up Adjustable Office Home Computer Desk, 35.25″ W X 23.5″ D, Silver/Blue

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Shape Rectangular
Desk design Computer Desk
Product Dimensions 29″D x 40.75″W x 31″H
Color Silver / Blue Glass
Style Glass Top
  • Dimensions – Overall Dimensions: 40.75″W x 29″D x 31″H, Main glass top: 35.25″W x 23.5″D x 6mm with 23.5 wide slide up pencil ledge
  • Adjustable Height Desk – Adjustable angle top with dual tilt design: sitting desk: 31H with a 68 Degree tilt/standing desk: 39.5H with a 22 Degree tilt
  • Multi-Purpose – Can be used as a writing, drafting, or stand up desk, or a light table with additional purchase of light table support Bars (#10049, sold separately)
  • Four side trays for extra storage
  • Stable Office Desk – (4) floor levelers for stability

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The innovative features of the Triflex drawing table by Studio Designs make it a unique addition to your office or studio. The inch dual tilt design” adjusts from standard desk top height of 31 inch to a standing desk height of 39.5″. the side handles allow you to lock into these positions for your various needs and projects. It also allows the tabletop to tilt up to 22 degrees in the standing position or up to 68 degrees in the sitting position. The near vertical tilt makes it the perfect art table when using art pencils or pastels. The dust and excess residue can effortlessly be wiped to fall on the ground. The ingenious versatility of this table makes it three desks in one. It can be used as a writing, drafting or stand up desk. Light pad support bars (sold separately item # 10074) can also be added to make it a light table.

From the manufacturer

drafting table, drawing table, metal and glass table, standing desk, sit and stand

drafting table, drawing table, metal and glass table, standing desk, sit and stand

drafting table, drawing table, metal and glass table, standing desk, sit and stand

Additional information

Weight 44 kg
Dimensions 29 × 40.75 × 31 cm




Desk design

Computer Desk


Silver Blue Glass


Glass Top

Top Material Type


Special Feature


Room Type


Mounting Type

Floor Mount Tabletop

Furniture Finish

Powder coated


35.25 W X 23.5 D

Included Components


Assembly Required


Model Name

Triflex Drawing Table Sit to Stand Up

Product Dimensions

29D x 40.75W x 31H, 40.75 x 29 x 31 inches

Item model number




Item Weight

44 Pounds

Country of Origin


Date First Available

October 4 2016


SD STUDIO DESIGNS, Studio Designs Inc.

10 reviews for SD STUDIO DESIGNS Triflex Drawing Table, Sit to Stand Up Adjustable Office Home Computer Desk, 35.25″ W X 23.5″ D, Silver/Blue

  1. Jori Gray

    Game ChangerThis table is wonderful! I love that I can sit, stand and also tilt the table. Perfect for watercolor artists!

  2. Surf Granny

    Great Table: Here are some tipsThis table was exactly what I needed for small stained glass painting projects. Building the table was very straight forward and I did it by myself in about 30 or 40 minutes with no problems. I didn’t think I was going to like the plastic side trays but I actually love them. It’s nice to have a place to stand brushes up as I go back and forth between them, and my tool caddy isn’t taking up space on my work surface.I also purchased the support bars (#10074) so that I could place one of my light pads underneath. The bars fit perfectly and I’m including two photos taken from below to show how they support a light pad. I was able to cram as second, very thin light pad above the first one, just to illuminate my paint pallet- but it’s not optimal for most other uses because the table frame cuts through the middle of that space as seen in one of the other photos I loaded up. I had to take the table top off to install the bars because they arrived a few days later but it wasn’t a big deal. I would recommend that if you think you’ll be adding the support bars later, don’t throw away the allen wrench that comes in the box with the desk. You’ll need it to disassemble and re-assemble the desk top. If you do, it’s a 5/32 size. I guess you can figure out how I know this and why I think it’s important to not discard it… Also- related to the support bars for your light pad, you should know that the bars can only be installed on the left side of this table because there are no holes pre-drilled in the frame on the right side. That’s fine if you’re right-handed like me, but if you’re left-handed and use your light pad a lot, you’d probably feel confined to the left side of the desk and your left elbow will likely be laying across the plastic caddy- and perhaps even off the side of the table. I suppose new holes can be drilled on the right side, but I would be frustrated if I had to drill holes just to accommodate my left handed-ness.For seating, I think something that swivels, can be raised/lowered, has an adjustable foot rest and has smooth casters would work best for a table like this, which has so many heights and positions. The table is stable enough when it’s low and flat but it’s not the kind of table you want to lean hard on to move your chair if your feet can’t reach the floor easily or if you need to twist around. After trying different chairs I had around the house, I ended up buying a big cushy backless rolling stool like the ones found in a doctor’s exam room. It can go up or down, has an adjustable footrest and rolls. I LOVE it. It works for any table position and is very comfortable. Just a recommendation.Lastly- because the surface is glass, you might have to come up with a pleasing system of cord storage. I have 5 cords leading to my table- my lamp, 2 light pads, my computer power cord, my phone charging cord and a fan that directs the dust away from the work area. I ended up purchasing the Cable Management Box Organizer by Melca, here on Amazon. I put my power strip inside and plugged everything in, wrapped the excess cordage up, put them in and closed the top. I ran the cords out of the slot in the box to the places they needed to be. It’s a good, neat system and the cords don’t distract me while I’m working and look through the table.I hope this is helpful. I’m happy to answer questions.

  3. jdock

    First arrived broken, Second is goodThe first time I ordered this the glass top arrived shattered. I wasn’t certain if I was hearing a crunching noise so I pulled the inner box out to investigate. Little glass beads were leaking out the sides and it was super difficult to get the box back in because it was deformed. The outer box had zero “fragile” markings so I’m not surprised.Luckily the pickup of the return was easy to organize and my refund came quickly. The second desk arrived with no issues. Not quite as stable as I would like – too much weight on the top makes it wobbly. But I think it’s fine as an art desk.

  4. Jaf

    A very functional desk. I would buy it again.I would buy this desk again. It makes it easier to do my work.Pro: A very functional desk. I needed an inexpensive desk for drawing. I like the glass surface because it won’t gouge if I use too much pencil pressure, I can light from underneath for tracing, and the glass is easy to clean.The desk can be used either standing or sitting configuration. I use it mostly in standing configuration. It is not healthy to sit for long periods of time when working. In either configuration, changing angles is quick and easy. Doesn’t interrupt my workflow when I need to change.Each configuration has multiple angles available.The pencil ledge can be easily retracted out of the way which is great when you need to lean on the edge when working.The black side trays are more useful than I had imagined. I put pencils and erasers on one side and keep my tools (compass, straight edge, parallel rulers, etc.) on the other side. The trays are easy to remove when I want to draw from the side of the desk.Desk arrived when promised.Con: Written assembly instructions aren’t the best. I watched a YouTube video to learn how to assemble the desk and it was extremely helpful.No good place to attach a lamp if, like me, you often switch from standing to sitting configuration. (I attached a swing arm lamp to a nearby bookshelf and this works for me.)Desk was received with one or two small paint scrapes (probably occurred in packing or during shipping). Neither affects the overall appearance or function of the desk.The black side trays aren’t the best but for the price point they are fine.

  5. ananda

    Great for anglesThe table was pretty easy to assemble and I like that I can set it up at different angles. It helps me to draw better without having to slouch or worry about space, especially when I have large portraits.

  6. KLB

    Functional and beautiful designLove the tilt options that come with this desk. I use it for watercolor painting and can get a good angle for painting (or use it as a flat surface). I don’t put much weight on the surface when it’s angled though. The sleek design and tinted glass is beautiful. It looks amazing in my room. Very happy with this purchase.

  7. afinepoint

    Nice design. Works as stated. Would not use professionally.Happy with the table though I would not use this professionally. The glass top and supported framework are of different heights. Unfortunately the frame is slightly higher sitting a bit above the glass. If not careful a square will ride on the frame. There is no means for easily leveling graph paper. One screw was galled. The frame is a bit wobbly but workable.The table is attractive adding a nice clean and stylish look to any room.The table’s assembly is straightforward. No video is needed. I had it done an less than 45 minutes with limited instructional reference and dealing with the bad screw. I do not understand the complaints of others. How do these people make it through a day if putting together a table is a challenge?On a final note. Do not lift the glass top by it’s anchors. They do not penetrate the top and thus are likely secured with an adhesive. However strong chemical bonds can fail.

  8. Rene Warren

    Wow, very nice tableThis took a little time to put together. It is very well made and I’m sure I’ll get many years use out of it. I am used to drawing on my lap with a board, so I will need to retrain myself to use this table. I love that you can adjust the angle and the height on it which most others do not.

  9. Amazon Customer

    Artist table dissatisfactionI purchased the table on Amazon and when it got here I was very happy. As I put it together it came along very nicely. Then I got to the lifting mechanism and it seemed to have a small bent on it but I thought maybe its the way it’s supposed to be. But when it was all together I keek trying to lift it to an up position it wont hold it up. It keeps on slipping. I cant use it on a comfortable angle. I have called the company number on the instruction manual and left several messages but all I get is someone’s recording saying hes away from his desk. No call back for weeks!! All I need is to find out where I can order the part!!!NOT A HAPPY CUSTOMER!!I WONT SUGGEST THIS TABLE TO MY OFFICE OR MY FRIENDS!!!

  10. Discerning Buyer

    Good ProductPros:Reasonably good strength and build quality.Does a great job for me as an art table.Came packaged well.Cons:A little expensive in my books, but compares in price to other comparable products.

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