What to look for in Bush Furniture Yorktown Corner Desk?
Durable laminate construction is tested for quality wear and stain resistance Large work surface works well in small spaces and offers plenty of room for computer, printer and papers Open storage cubby with adjustable shelf for easy access to frequently used items File drawer uses full extension ball-bearing slides and accommodates letter-sized documents Desktop grommets for wire management
Is this what you need when you buy Bush Furniture Yorktown Corner Desk?
Create a beautiful home office space with the Bush Furniture Yorktown Corner Desk in Antique Cherry. Generous 60W desktop surface area provides plenty of room for you to work comfortably but the space-saving Craftsman design fits in small spaces. Featuring wire management grommets to conceal technology cables, the Corner Desk works perfectly for setting up your computer, printer and more while helping to organize your home office. Attached file drawer holds letter-sized documents and opens on smooth full-extension ball-bearing slides for easy reach to the back. An open storage cubby above the drawer comes with an adjustable shelf so you can store supplies and papers conveniently. With a weathered Antique Cherry finish accented by oil-rubbed Bronze drawer pulls and beveled edge detailing, the Corner Desk makes an attractive addition to your existing home furnishings. See the full Yorktown Collection for all available coordinating items. Backed by the Bush Furniture 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty, the Corner Desk meets ANSI/SOHO quality test standards for performance and safety.
Customer reviewsTime consuming assembly, confusing directions
The desk itself is lovely, but the thing was a nightmare to put together. Directions are picture format with no accompanying text. At some points my husband and I felt like we were assembling a jigsaw puzzle. You have to pay attention very closely to the pictures, looking for small differences in the schematics to make sure the step you are one is oriented the correct way. For some steps we had to undo work and flip pieces around because on subsequent steps it became clear the piece needed to flipped another way. The most frustrating part is the drawers. My husband had to fiddle with the bottom drawer to get the thing to close flush with the desk.