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Edenton Midcentury Adjustable Height Desk - Salem OaK

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Edenton Midcentury Adjustable Height Desk - Salem OaK
MSRP: $579.99

Item #: HO0160

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Ergonomic workstations just got more stylish with this midcentury modern inspired, sit-to-stand computer desk. Adjustable height desktop works with you, for sitting or standing. Drawers and hidden compartments tidy everything from home office accessories to drafting or crafting supplies, while the pull-out shelf acts as a note taking station or cup holder. Heighten your productivity with this Salem antique oak lift-top desk in the home office, library, or craft room.Wood grain will vary.

OVERVIEW:
  • Multifunctional sit-to-stand desk
  • Lifting top w/ hidden storage
  • 1 pull-out shelf and 2 drawers
  • 2 cord control outlets
  • Bottom drawer has letter size hanging file tracks
  • Wood grain will vary
  • Home office, craft room, or open concept living space
  • Midcentury modern influenced transitional style
  • Salem antique oak
  • Overall: 44" W x 20" D x 32-42.75" H
  • Additional Info
  • Desktop: 44" W x 20" D x .75" THK
  • Lifting height: 42.75" H
  • Hidden storage: 18.75" W x 16" D x 5" H, 8" W x 17.5" D x 5" H (center, sides)
  • Pull-out shelf: 10.5" W x 15.75" D x 25" H (from ground)
  • Drawers: 9" W x 15" D x 3.5" H, 8.75" W x 14.75" D x 9.75" H (top to bottom)
  • Chair/leg room: 28.5" W x 17.75" D x 25.5" H
  • Clearance: 38.75" W x 14.5" D x 2.5" H
  • Approx. weight: 75 lb.
  • Supports up to: 30 lb. (desktop), 20 lb. (storage compartment), 5 lb. (pull-out shelf), 10 lb. (each drawer)
  • Materials: Engineered wood, ash veneer, poplar, iron, zinc alloy
  • Compliance: CARB Phase 2, CPC/CPSIA
  • Assembly Required
    Carton Weight Multiple Boxes
    Carton Measurements Multiple Boxes

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