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Bush Furniture Yorktown L Shaped Desk with Hutch in Antique Cherry Yorktown Collection 60W L-Desk with Hutch

Item# SPM9772113322 | Model# YRK001ANC | Added on October 8, 2018 |
Bush Furniture Yorktown L Shaped Desk with Hutch in Antique Cherry Yorktown Collection 60W L-Desk with Hutch
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Bush Furniture Yorktown L Shaped Desk with Hutch in Antique CherryBuild a beautiful and sturdy home office space that lasts for years with the Yorktown 60W L-desk and hutch by Bush Furniture. Open storage compartment below holds a laptop or tablet when not in use. Box drawer stores supplies, and file drawer extends fully on ball-bearing slides for easy access to letter-sized papers to keep work area clean and organized. Hutch features two (2) closed storage compartments to conceal papers and binders with self-closing Euro-style hinges for a soft close

Build a beautiful and sturdy home office space with the Bush Furniture Yorktown L Shaped Desk with Hutch in Antique Cherry. Expansive Desk surface has plenty of room for a computer, printer, papers and more with extra space to spread out comfortably. An open storage compartment below holds a laptop or tablet when not in use to clear the work surface from clutter. A box drawer stores supplies, and a file drawer extends fully on ball-bearing slides for easy access to letter-sized papers. Hutch features two closed storage compartments to conceal papers and binders with self-closing Euro-style hinges for a soft close. Flexible open storage cubbies in the middle have two adjustable shelves so you can put memorabilia and binders where you want them. With a weathered Antique Cherry finish accented by oil-rubbed Bronze hardware and beveled edge detailing, the L Shaped Desk with Hutch makes an attractive addition to your existing home ... read more
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