The perfect addition to any home office, this sensible Sauder® ''Orchard Hills'' Computer desk gives you the storage you need in the style your desire.
Sauder provides a special kind of furniture that is practical, affordable, attractive and enduring. Offering solutions for all your furniture needs, Sauder is the world's leading manufacturer of ready-to-assemble furniture, providing well-crafted and moderately-priced computer desks, TV stands and bookcases.
Traditional American country style provides endless versatility in the Orchard Hills Collection. Solid cases, are softened by finely detailed moldings, raised panel doors and brass-finish hardware
Engineered wood construction. Dense, strong panels made of a combination of high quality hardwood and soft wood materials
Available in a Carolina Oak finish
Flip-down molding reveals slide-out keyboard/mouse shelf with metal runners and safety stops
Generous hidden storage behind a faux drawer front
Rated 4 out of
Computer DeskI find this desk is very solid and well made and the finish is very rich looking. I had no trouble putting it together because the directions were easy to understand. It has a lot of storage space and the filing drawer is excellent.
Date published: 2013-04-14
Rated 5 out of
Computer Deskthe desk is very nice and sturdy. It was a bit of a challenge to assemble. the instructions for assembly were good, though one had to study each step to make certain the correct pieces were put together. now it is just fine and looks absolutely beautiful in our 5th wheel trailer.
Date published: 2011-07-07
Rated 5 out of
Date published: 2011-04-11
Is there a matching hutch?
Is there a matching hutch for this product?
Asked by: urbanmom
You can order the matching hutch at the link below.
Thank you for choosing Sears.
Answered by: Jewel
Date published: 2011-04-25
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