Important considerations when choosing Convenience Concepts French Country Desk
Perfect sized 36" workspace Keyboard tray Bright neutral finish Easy assembly tools provided
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Our French Country desk is inspired by the furniture of country homes in Provence and rural France. The desk features lathe-turned spindle legs that taper to rounded feet, and a pull-out keyboard drawer with a brushed nickel knob. It's a great desk for blogging, a place to update a journal, or a dedicated space for a laptop or tablet. It's compact but deep, and has a small footprint so it takes up less space.
This charming desk will look great in a family room, bedroom, or home office. It's extremely sturdy and well-crafted, with a hard finish that protects and enhances the character of the piece. It complements our other affordable French Country furniture so you can easily create this rustic look in your home.
Our mission is to offer well designed affordable furniture that complements any home or office, from modern to traditional. We manufacture value-priced functional furniture that offers years of hard working use and enjoyment. Our furniture is ideal for anyone on a budget who appreciates and enjoys affordable style and quality. We collaborate with reliable factories that use quality materials and fashion-forward finishes that are durable and hard working.
The White French Country Desk is the perfect way to brighten up any home office or even dorm room. The 36″ workspace is the perfect size for any project and the keyboard tray allows for easy storage. With the easy assembly and lots of leg space, you'll enjoy it for years.
The table is cute and as described but the off gassing is a real problem. I've had it up for several days now and my still eyes burn every time I sit down to write.It smells. I'm considering putting it outside for a few days hoping it will improve. I did set up a air purifier near it hoping would help. These manufacturers need to be more attentive to the way they manufacture their products - this is not necessary. Especially these days where there is more and more evidence that not only the environment is getting irreparably contaminated but also we're getting poisoned in our own homes from all these chemicals. I would send it back but it's so big I can't deal with repackaging. And hauling it to the