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Mayline Aberdeen Modular Computer Desk Hutch with Pedestals - Finish

Item# SPM8744102031 | Model# AT34LCR | Added on April 12, 2017 |
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Mayline Aberdeen Modular Computer Desk Hutch with Pedestals - Finish
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Mayline Aberdeen Modular Computer Desk Hutch with Pedestals - Finish

The Aberdeen Series of laminate casegoods combine fashionable aesthetics and unparalleled quality all in a package that is surprisingly affordable. Aberdeen8217;s transitional style allows it to fit into any environment whether it be modular multi-station work areas or executive offices. Aberdeen provides exceptional abrasion and stain resistance along with technology and cable friendly components. 72" Conference Front Desk Features: 1.6" thick work surface Full-height, vertical grain, modesty panel included Modesty panel is recessed 8.5" at center Two grommets in surface, standard Available in: Cherry Mocha (Note: Cherry,Graphite is no longer available) Assembly required Overall dimensions: 29.5" H x 72" W x 36" D Desk Pencil,Box,Box,File Pedestal Features: Pedestals have integrated cable management access at top and bottom of pedestal Tops are unfinished. Must be attached to underside of surface Dual-purpose pencil drawers for storing supplies or storing laptop computers All locks are keyed alike Lock cores are removable for keying suites individually Curved metal pulls with brushed nickel finish File drawers accommodate letter or legal size hanging file folders Pedestals ship fully assembled High tech engineered composite with a laminate finish Available in: Cherry, Mocha and Cherry,Graphite Overall dimensions: 27.5" H x 15.25" W x 26.5" D File,File Pedestal for Desk Features: Pedestals have ... read more
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