Rated 3.9 out of 5�by 11
Rated 4 out of 5�by Lisa Nice computer table
This computer table is nice looking. It's a good size. The instructions are not very good. The side panels were hard to fit into place but finally did.
September 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5�by Lucy Great Desk for Smaller Place
We were looking for a good, inexpensive, 4-ft wide desk BUT with a 30-in. depth - very hard to find. This product, price, shipping and delivery excellent. ONLY issue was in assembly; some of the holes didn't exactly line up with the mates. But my husband fixed that and finished assembly. Desk looks great and is very solid. Already recommended it to a friend. Couple other comments: Desk is heavy, so If you aren't very strong, you might need a second person to assist. And, the instructions are all diagrams, no words. Overall we are happy with it and would purchase again.
March 30, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by Pandorasbox Great work desk!
After searching several websites and local stores, I found the perfect work desk for my husband. It has great work space and was not so difficult to build. Like the previous reviews say it's best to have two people put it together. I also thought the price was excellent and best of all the shipping was free!
March 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by TLue Really Clean Look
Several of the reviews scared me about the assembly of this furniture set, and although the accent panels inside the legs are somewhat of a pain, it wasn't anything we couldn't get through. I will say that for at least that part, 2 people is definitely the way to go.
I have assembled another desk that was much harder with much more complete instructions/directions, I am also a grown woman with extremely limited experience with tools, and all this takes is some patience and elbow grease.
There are enough guide holes pre-drilled so that you can line up the legs, but you have to set 10 out of the 12 leg screws yourself. Use a hammer to set the screws and they go in just fine.
Lastly - if you purchased multiple pieces to make an L-desk -- MIND THE EXTRA HOLE MARKING THE FRONT OF THE DESK. The instructions are just animations, and this is not explained in any way but in ONE of the last pictures -- when you attach the legs there will be an extra small hole drilled and it appears that is the only marking of the "front side" of the desk. It is imperative so that the pre-drilled holes on the sides will match up with the brackets of your desk, return, and corner piece. Learn from my error and Mind the Hole.
February 3, 2015