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More from Home Styles Arts & Crafts Collection
- Desk & Hutch
- Traditional design
- Provides plenty of storage space for your office supplies
- Enclosed storage
- 3 cabinets
- 2 shelves
- 4 regular drawers and 1 file drawer
- Constructed out of solid rubberwood
- Available in Cottage Oak finish
- Easy to assemble
- Desk also sold without hutch, Buy It Here
This Arts & Crafts Desk/Hutch by Home Styles will provide plenty of storage space for your office supplies. The desk has a traditional design and is available in Cottage Oak finish. This desk/hutch measures 58" W x 25" D x 63-1/2" H and is easy to assemble.
(W = side to side) (D = front to back) (H = top to bottom)
Desk & Hutch Combo: 58" W x 25" D x 63-1/2" H
Ships via UPS/FedEx Ground
|Nice looking once done, but assembly nightmare
by: Buzz from: Staten Island, NY on: August 7, 2013
| ||Unless you have too much time on your hands and unlimited patience, this is not the piece of furniture for you. The cam-locks can drive you crazy. Piecing together the back of the hutch is maddening. Took me 8 hours to put together desk and hutch. Arrrrgh!!!
|What are the dimensions of the right side of the desk? Could it house a CPU? Is there ventilation holes in the back? Once put together are the door hinges strong enough to keep the doors from drooping? The dimensions indicate that it is 10 3/4" deep. Is that the hutch and not the desk? - Asked about product HS-FT805
| ||The right side of the cabinet is meant for a CPU compartment, which is 12-3/4"W x 20"D x 16"H. There is a cord hole/ventilation hole on the side. As long as the door is not abused, it should be fine when open. The desk is 25" D and the hutch is 12" D.
| ||- Answered on February 23, 2016|
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|What kind of wood is this made of, is it particle board? - Asked about product HS-FT805
| ||The hardwood construction is primarily referring to the framed the drawer fronts and the door frames. The side panels and the door panels, behind the framing, are hardwood veneers over plywood. The plywood is all hardwood and is used to prevent warping on the side panels, the back panel, and the door panels, but unlike most other manufactures the veneer on the unit is over plywood, not particle board or MDF. The plywood is all hardwood unlike particle board and MDF. This is why we can refer to it as all hardwood construction.
| ||- Answered on February 18, 2014|
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