|Item Weight||68 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||58 x 58 x 29 inches|
|Item model number||HCLW6060|
|Assembled Height||29 inches|
|Assembled Width||58 inches|
|Assembled Length||58 inches|
Regency Soho Computer Corner Desk- Mocha Walnut
- Modern, lightweight and durable, this spacious L-Shaped desk is the perfect addition to homes, dorms and offices alike
- Constructed of a stylish curved black steel frame with reinforced wire braces for extra stability
- Dual work surfaces are constructed of a Hardwood Mocha Walnut top
- Desk is reversible- a slide-out keyboard shelf and center drawer can be installed on either side of the desk
- Backed by a 1-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
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Combine Function and Style
A modern workstation for students and professionals alike, Soho desks offer a spacious L-shaped work surface and a stylish black cantilever style base.
Strong and durable
Steel frame is reinforced with wire cross-bracing for extra stability.
Install the slide-out keyboard tray and center drawer on either side of the desk.
- Modern, lightweight and durable
- Cantilever style black steel frame
- Reinforced with wire cross braces for extra stability
- Reversible- Install the slide-out keyboard tray and the box drawer on either side of the desk
- Hardwood Mocha Walnut dual work surfaces
- Overall dimensions: 58"Wx 58"D x 29"H
- Each work surface is 20"D
- Interior Drawer Dimensions: 18"W x 11"D x 2"H
- Keyboard tray measures 19.5"W x 12"D and extends 8"
Reinforced for Extra Stability
The Soho Desk frames are constructed of a black steel that is both lightweight and durable. Wire cross-braces ensure stability on all sides of this L-shaped desk.
Keep Supplies Handy
The included box drawer mounts underneath the desk and can be installed on either side. Keep paper, pens, or any most commonly used supplies within arms reach.
Dark Mocha Walnut finish
Dual work surfaces are constructed of a hardwood Mocha Walnut top. Combining both classic wood grain finsih and modern styling, this desk is a perfect addition to any home office.
Function and style combine with Regency's Soho Desks. This spacious L-Shaped Desk is constructed of a stylish curved black steel frame with reinforced wire braces for extra stability. A hardwood Mocha Walnut top finishes this modern desk. A slide-out keyboard shelf and center drawer can be installed on either side of the desk. Modern and durable, this desk is the perfect addition to your home office.
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|Color||Mocha Walnut||Black||Black||Brown||All Black Glass||Mahogany|
|Item Dimensions||58 x 58 x 29 in||51 x 20 x 29 in||23.5 x 59 x 29.5 in||30 x 48 x 6 in||51 x 20 x 29 in||54.5 x 67.29 x 29 in|
|Item Weight||68 lbs||1 lb||71 lbs||30 lbs||1 lb||66 lbs|
|Material Type||Wood||Steel||Metal||Steel, MDF||Steel||Wood|
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Update: I finally attached the keyboard slide out shelf and the drawer, they are pretty horrible. The keyboard shelf is nice enough, same feel as the desk top but it doesn't slide easily, shakes the desk a lot. The drawer is just 0 out of 10, complete crap- the bottom of the drawer is like a cardboard-y material, It's barely held in there and it's just very cheap feeling. I suggest not even attaching the drawer or the keyboard shelf unless you really need to. I'll probably throw them away. The desk is still worth the price IMO but the drawer is rubbish.
The only issue I have is as a tall person who needs to put their feet up, not a great choice.
I bought a keyboard and mouse combo that slides onto the desk and the bars that run underneath don't affect it ONLY because I was smart and took my time measuring and shopping around till I found the right one.
* Price/Features: Bought at $117 around black friday. GREAT buy and value for that price. I was going to buy some walmart $99 glass desk, but after considering the even slight chance of the glass shattering (because I was building this desk over a heat vent), turned me to search for wood/metal/plastic desks. Most corner desks either 1. Don't have much leg space/extra drawer space underneath it because of the kind of bar balancing underneath. 2. Are way expensive with not enough desirable features to make up for their price. Many didn't have any connectable drawers or keyboard slab under the surface (I had no interest in above-surface cabinets). 3. A lot just didn't look attractive. I wasn't looking for something unattractive. Even a little style goes further than "just a desk". This desk had all 3 of my needs at a price extremely competitive with other, maybe possibly lower quality desks.
* Quality: The build took me quite a few hours to set up, with a screwdriver and a helping hand. I messed up the frame build because of user error, and then another type of mistaken frame build because of poor instruction. Small images can only give so much detail. Near the end of the build I realized that my corner frame was upside down and I could barely tell in the picture it went the other way. After it was all done however, the desk is extremely durable and reliable. I don't fret about tempered glass breaking because of the heat vent under my desk, and the surface seems to be fairly scratch resistant. Now if you drag a sandy boulder against the top you're going to definitely scratch it up... But smooth monitors, keyboards, Wacom tablet, and other office supplies slide around with no issue.
*Style: It's beautiful. The legs provide plenty of space for a drawer or 3 (4 if you don't need leg space). The desk looks classy and professional.
*Instructions: Pretty straightforward (Connect legs, connect corner, connect keyboard/drawer, connect tops) but little details threw me off. IKEA style instructions.
*The keyboard does not come out very far at all. Maybe about 50% of the keyboard actually makes it out past the edge of the desk. Same with the drawer. I was planning on using the keyboard slab for my Wacom tablet, but if i can only use 50% (or less given the thick frame) of the tablet, its practically useless. Also, unless you have a mini keyboard, such as one without the numpad, then you MIGHT have enough room for the mouse to be on there as well. My keyboard has a numpad, as well as the "home, page up, delete, page down" buttons and arrow keys so there is no room for the mouse so they have parted ways for now. I will give credit however, the keyboard and drawer feel very secure, albeit only being able to access 50% of it
TLDR; For the price paid ($117) it's durable, beautiful, and reliable. It's got its kinks, but I would recommend this desk and I would buy again.
Assembly was simple. No parts were missing. There was one mis-drilled hole in the bottom of the desktop. This was a minor issue because the other three were perfect and gravity does a fine job of keeping it in place, besides. You can install (or not install) the drawer and keyboard tray on either of the two pieces. The drawer does not slide well on mine but I use it rarely so it's not a big deal for me.
Overall I am happy with my purchase.