A spacious desk design does not have to feel clunky and boring. This L-shaped desk from the International Lux® collection brings a light and airy feel to any home office space. Two small drawers with metal runners and safety stops create convenient hidden storage of this open frame desk. This home office desk features an open storage area with one fixed shelf, allowing you easy access to books, binders, folders, and more. Small cubbyhole storage beneath the top surface of this wood and metal L-shaped desk ensures that your planners, sticky notes, or favorite pen are never far out of reach. The top surface of this modern home office desk is spacious enough for your computer or laptop, photos of your loved ones, notecards, and phone. Three desktop grommets for cord management ensures that your desk with open storage will be free of cord clutter. Finished on all sides for versatile placement, this desk will look polished from every angle. With a durable, powder coated metal frame and an Umber Wood™ finish with Deco Stone™ top accents, this L-shaped desk with drawers brings a subtle grounded but lively feel to your home office, spare room, or living room.
Overall Dimensions: W: 66" (167.6 cm) X D: 60" (152.4 cm) X H: 29 3/4" (75.5 cm)
- Features Two drawers with metal runners and safety stops for pens, sticky notes, and more.
- Open storage with fixed shelf for décor, books, and more.
- Cubbyhole storage for easy access to office items.
- Desk top grommet holes provide cord management.
- Finished on all sides for versatile placement in any room.
- Durable, powder coated metal frame.
- Umber Wood™ finish with Deco Stone™ accents.
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