Classic coastal New England styling with shiplap detailing. The Portsmouth Desk with Hutch and File Cabinet by homestyles is crafted from poplar solids, with a top of oak veneer and engineered wood. The desk, hutch and cabinet feature an off-white painted finish with brown oak-stained tops. The desk has a generous work surface with two lower storage drawers. The hutch features two pigeon-hole drawers and a center cut-out in the lower back panel for electrical cord access. The file cabinet has one single large file drawer that accommodates letter- or legal-sized file folders. There are full-extension ball bearing drawer glides on the file cabinet, as well as four duel-wheel casters (two locking) for easy mobility. All pieces feature metal drawer pulls finished in aged antiqued nickel and side panels with shiplap detailing. Finish and measurements may vary slightly. Assembly required. Arrives at your door by parcel delivery service.
- All crafted from poplar solids and oak veneer tops with engineered wood
- off-white painted finished with brown oak stained tops
- Desk has generous work surface with two lower storage drawers
- Hutch features two pigeon-hole drawers and a center cut-out in the lower back panel for electrical cord access
- File cabinet has one single large file drawer that accommodates letter- or legal-sized file folders
- Finish and color may vary
- Assembly required
- Model Number: 5186-1523
1 - Writing Desk and Hutch: 41.75H x 54W x 22L
1 - Mobile File Cabinet: 20.25H x 16W x 20.75L
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