Our cabin creek collection conveys a reclaimed wood vintage feel. Each piece is heavily distressed to create a one of a kind look. The cabin creek student desk by home styles is constructed of poplar solids and mahogany veneers in a multi-step chestnut finish. Distressing techniques include worm holes, fly specking, small indentations, and season splitting. Features include one drop-down front drawer with full-extension metal side guides that can be used as a keyboard tray. Accessorized by replicated hand forged hardware and hammered metal look finished legs. Finish and measurements may vary slightly. Assembly required. Size: 42w 24d 31.25h.
Features & Highlights
- One drop-down front drawer with full-extension metal side guides
- Accessorized by replicated hand forged hardware and hammered metal look finished legs
- Distressing techniques include worm holes, fly specking, small indentations, and season splitting
- Multi-Step chestnut finish
|Manufacturer:||Home Styles - DROPSHIP|
|Color:||Heavily Distressed Multi-step Chestnut|
|Publisher:||Home Styles - DROPSHIP|
|Studio:||Home Styles - DROPSHIP|
|Item Weight:||92 pounds|
|Item Size:||31.25 x 42 x 42 inches|
|Package Weight:||92 pounds|
|Package Size:||28 x 13 x 13 inches|
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