Function and convenience abound on this solid wood computer desk, made in America. Two pull out shelves provide additional work space while a lower drawer and two cupboards provide plenty of storage. There is even a hidden shelf tucked into the knee opening for books, cords and other equipment. Customize this desk with your choice of one of our Benjamin Moore paint colors, a secondary color if desired and a hand-painted design selected from over 20 suggested patterns.
You may be interested in having a second, contrasting color or stain on certain parts of this piece (where relevant), such as knobs, drawer fronts, top surface, or the inside backs of display cabinets. If so, please specify the placement(s) and second color desired in the Special Instructions box above.
Measurements: 32h x 54w x 24d
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