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South Shore Axess Collection Work Desk Pure White

Item# 268-SSI933-1-AF | Model# 7250076C | Added on June 28, 2012 |
Sold by Hayneedle a SYW Online store
South Shore Axess Collection Work Desk Pure White
$99.99
Description
Compact, versatile design. Engineered wood, white finish. Features 1 drawer, adjustable shelf. Sliding keyboard tray. Dimensions: 41W x 19D x 37.75H in.. The compact size of the South Shore Axess Collection Work Desk Pure White makes it perfect for any space. Great in a kid's room for organization and homework, the white laminated particleboard is durable and beautiful. Metal handles finish the look, and the drawer and adjustable shelf helps you keep organized.About South Shore FurnitureA recognized leader in North American furniture and décor, South Shore Industries was established in 1940 and has been making furniture for three generations. Employing a team of over 900 employees in three factories in North America, their designs have earned a reputation for quality and excellence at affordable prices for today's family.But at South Shore, furniture and décor items are only a part of so much more that's meant to achieve the company's real goal: helping customers create a décor that's a reflection of them. The folks at South Shore firmly believe that their role goes much further than the buying process. They want to help their customers every step of the way, from the initial research for home projects to repurposing décor years later to support, inspire, and even surprise customers with unique South Shore ideas. They have a passion for the furniture they design - a passion that includes a touch of genius and a dash of zany to every one of their creations. And this ... read more
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