Streamline your home office with this on-trend mixed media computer desk that definitely makes a statement. Offering an efficient workstation that fits well in small spaces, this office desk with storage shelves is ideal for apartment living or dorm rooms. The contrasting silver perforated design frame pairs beautifully with the wood grain laminate shelving for a modern look. The generous desk surface boasts a smooth rustic walnut finish with a raised top shelf for your monitor or keepsakes and a lower bottom shelf for your hard-drive and other supplies. The two shelf desk has a powder coated steel frame for long-lasting durability. Self-leveling floor glides keep your desk from wobbling on uneven floor surfaces and protect your floors by sliding smoothly when you need to move the desk. The compact open storage shelf desk has a modern design that works well for both studying and daily tasks. Pair this home office computer desk with one of our executive swivel office chairs to complet your set-up.
- Contemporary Computer Desk for residential use
- Rustic Walnut Laminate Finish complements any décor
- Overall Size: 28"W x 23.5"D x 33"H; Top Size: 28"W x 14"D x .5" Thick
- Top Shelf Size: 28"W x 8"D; Bottom Shelf Size: 24.50"W x 9.5"D x 16.5"H from main surface; 13.25"H from floor
- Perforated Side Panels for an on-trend stylish look
- Silver Powder Coated Frame Finish for long-lasting use
- Self-Leveling Floor Glides give you a stable work surface and protect hard flooring surfaces
- 2 shelf computer desk perfect for smaller spaces such as home offices, dorm rooms and apartment living
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