Ashlar Desk, Light Concrete
Your home office can now be functional and phenomenal thanks to the multi-functional Ameriwood Home Ashlar Desk. Crafted in the double-pedestal style, this desk boasts a faux-concrete look made from specially laminated paper, making it easy to clean and simple to maneuver. The 4 open shelves are built to hold all your home-office needs, from a printer and scanner to paper, pens, agendas, and more. Just add accessories and make yourself at home. Sturdy black metal legs are made to support and distribute the load, so the Desk is all you need to get your work done. The Desk ships flat to your door and requires assembly upon opening. Two adults are recommended to assemble. Once assembled, the Desk measures to be 29”H x 54”W x 23.5”D.
- Transform your home office with the beautifully simple Ameriwood Home Ashlar Desk
- The double pedestal design offers 4 open shelves for paper, manuals, and extra office supplies and a spacious desktop for your laptop, paperwork, and printer
- Made of laminated particleboard and metal, the stunning light gray, faux-concrete finish paired with the dark gray, powder-coated metal frame creates a clean, modern structure that’ll add style to any room
- Complete your space with the entire Ashlar collection for a coordinated look (each sold separately)
- The Desk ships flat to your door and 2 adults are recommended to assemble. The desktop can support up to 100 lbs. and each shelf can hold up to 30 lbs. Assembled dimensions: 29”H x 54”W x 23.5”D
- Ameriwood Home warrants this product to be free from defects and agrees to remedy any such defect. This warranty covers one year from the date of original purchase
- With over 30 years' experience in RTA furniture, Ameriwood Home offers a wide range of home furniture products for every room of the house
- Acquired by Dorel Industries in 1978, Ameriwood Home has become a leader of RTA furniture growing in Bedroom, Home Office, Entertainment, Storage and Youth products
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