How to choose the best Flash Furniture Teakwood Laminate L-Shape Computer Desk for you?
Bring much needed real estate to your workspace while maintaining your impeccable sense of style. The black metal frame is a striking contrast to the teakwood laminate finish top giving this desk a trendy upscale style that works in any space Teakwood laminate finish, sliding keyboard tray Black powder coated metal frame, floor glides Contemporary style fits nicely in your home office, den, bedroom or office PRODUCT MEASUREMENTS Overall Size: 87"W x 50"D x 29.75"H | Desk: 31.5"W x 23.5"D x 29.75"H | Desk: 43.25"W x 23.5"D x 29.75"H | Corner Connector: 33.25"W | Sliding Keyboard Tray: 23.5"W x 11.5"D x 26.25"H from floor | Overall Diagonal Width: 87"
What is the advantage of this Flash Furniture Teakwood Laminate L-Shape Computer Desk?
Our contemporary style L-shaped desk has a spacious desktop complete with a sliding multi-purpose keyboard tray.
Our high quality, black powder coated metal frame is durable and self-stabilizing.
Non-marring floor glides on the legs protect your floors from scuffs and scrapes.
If space is not an issue for you, the work area gained with an l-shaped computer desk is priceless. Accommodate your monitor, laptop, books, office supplies and other necessities while maintaining ample space for writing. The updated style of this fresh looking teakwood laminate computer desk with a pull-out keyboard tray is just the ticket for your workspace. The keyboard tray can double as a place to store your writing materials and small devices while you're working on your laptop. Place on either corner of a room or come off the wall to add an open concept feel, where you can access the desk from either side. Take your office from boring to “boom” with this impressive workstation.
Customer reviewsConfusing to assemble, not reversible
This desk seems nice, until we had it mostly assembled and found out that we had done it backwards. When we went to install the final desktop piece, the screw holes for the keyboard tray were on the wrong side - otherwise everything would have been perfect. So, instead we turned the desktop piece the other way and had to glue it to the frame, then installed the keyboard tray as instructed. They could have drilled optional holes on the other side for the keyboard tray and this desk would be totally reversible. The photo shows a configuration that's impossible without a little hacking. you could drill your own holes or glue it