Important considerations when choosing Sauder Costa L-Shaped Desk
Durable, 1" thick top Slide-out keyboard/mouse shelf with metal runners and safety stops Three drawers lower drawer with full extension slides holds letter or legal size hanging files to keep you organized Storage area behind door features an adjustable shelf and holds a vertical CPU tower Framed, slat-front detailing for an extra touch of style Finished on all sides for versatile placement anywhere in your home Cord management includes desktop grommet to keep your cord clutter neatly contained Quick and easy assembly with patented T-lock drawer system to save you timeChalked Chestnut finishEngineered woodIncluded components: Materials, hardware, and assembly instructionsFurniture finish: Oak
What is the advantage of this Sauder Costa L-Shaped Desk?
Take your home office on an island-inspired getaway with this L-shaped desk from the Costa collection. This beautiful desk offers a spacious tabletop surface that provides you with room for all your must-have office essentials laptop, collection of notepads, desk lamp and your favorite coffee mug. It features a slide-out keyboard/mouse shelf that opens and closes on smooth metal runners. It also features two easy gliding storage drawers along with a lower file drawer with full extension slides to hold letter or legal size hanging files talk about organization Behind its framed door is an additional hidden storage area that includes an adjustable shelf and can also accommodate a vertical CPU tower. Each drawer and door front is framed and detailed with a slat-front to give it that costal vibe. Other features include a desktop grommet hole for cord and wire access. Finished on all sides in Chalked Chestnut, this eye pleasing desk will give your office a fresh new look.
Customer reviewsDon't do it...you'll be sorry.
Its beautiful, but, It came from the factory with large repaired breaks in some of the panels. I should have stopped there but, I didn't know until much later in the process, that the repairs weren't straight enough for the panel to line up correctly. needless to say, I fought with this cabinet for the next 10 1/2 hours. after all of that, the drawers don't fit. I spent forty five minutes trying to fit the drawers. the top one only comes out 5 inches, because, the rails are to far apart for the runners to fit into on both sides of the drawer. the bottom drawer doesn't close all the way, which messes with the aesthetics of the unit. The cabinet door is to long for the cabinet by 1/2 inch, and the bottom hinge doesn't reach far enough in to the cabinet to attach at all. This is all the end result of wrestling with the assembly process. Because of these white "twist lock fasteners", which don't really twistor lock, the process was quit frustrating. They just spread when trying to line up, which is another huge problem with assembling. Half of the twist locks didn't match up with the holes, so after trying to line these up with needle nose pliers, I had to use block and hammer, to get these "connectors" to join, and when you did the big turn over, per instructions, half of them broke out and left torn wood. The directions also don't tell you, that when you bring both halves together to attach, its a lot easier if you prop up the floating end to line everything up. I wish I could send this to the G.M. of this company and dare them to assemble this cabinet themselves personally and to include photos of them doing it, and then post them on any site they advertise on. So Now I've paid 500.00 for a beautiful cabinet, that will probably self destruct if I put anything on it. It would be nice to get a refund, or have an "expert" bring a new one out and assemble it for free, while I relax in my chair.