What to look for in Bush Furniture Somerset L Shaped Desk?
Bundle includes: 60W L Shaped Desk with Storage, 60W Desk Hutch 60W surface with wire management provides plenty of room for a computer, phone, printer and more Desk includes a pull out keyboard or laptop tray Transitional styling includes tapered leg accents, an elegant finish and contemporary metal hardware Vertical storage cabinet has an adjustable shelf for storing items of various sizes
What is the advantage of this Bush Furniture Somerset L Shaped Desk?
Maximize the potential of your home office with the Bush Furniture Somerset 60W L Shaped Desk with Hutch. This expansive workspace allows plenty of room to spread out and complete large projects. Create your remote work headquarters with space for your computer, phone, printer and more on a surface with wire management to keep cords and cables out of the way. A convenient pull-out shelf provides a perfect place to keep a keyboard or laptop, while a vertical storage cabinet with an adjustable shelf and a box drawer offer plenty of storage capacity for office supplies and writing utensils. A file drawer opens on smooth ball bearing slides for an easy reach to letter size documents, even those all the way at the back. The Hutch features open storage with a large compartment for books, binders or decorations and an adjustable cubby shelf to hold work-in-progress. Two frosted glass doors provide concealed storage to eliminate visual clutter. Transitional styling includes your choice of stylish Hansen Cherry, Mocha Cherry, Maple Cross, Ash Gray and Storm Gray finishes with tapered leg accents and contemporary metal hardware for an alluring appearance to match your current decor. This office furniture set is tested to meet ANSI/SOHO standards for safety and performance and is backed by the Bush Furniture 6 Year Manufacturer's . See the full Somerset Collection for coordinating items available to complete your home office. American made with U. S. and imported parts.
Customer reviewsComputer desk
Only received the hutch, useless