Ameriwood Home Dakota L-Shaped Desk with Bookshelves

Create the perfect office space with the Ameriwood Home Dakota L-Shaped Desk with Bookshelves. This beautiful office desk fits snuggly in a corner to maximize your home office space. The large desk top surface provides plenty of room for your monitor or laptop, as well as papers and other essential office supplies. The L-Shaped Desk features 2 grommets built into the desk to organize and manage your cords. Two open shelves on the side of the desk provide a perfect home for your binders and books, but keeps them within easy reach.

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“This is a really decent desk for the price. Of course it’s not 100% wood (you wouldn’t expect it to be for the cost) but it looks great (we got the white w/ the wood look top) and fits our space perfectly. There was so damage to our pieces at all and everything was ready to go in the box. I am not the best at putting together flat packs but I did this one myself in about 1hr 15 min (yeah…I timed it) with two flubs that were my own fault. Just lay it all out and follow the instructions. They are fairly similar to most flat packs. You will need screwdrivers to put this together. The white is a pretty ultra pure white (which matches our home perfectly) and the top is a wonderful brown/grey wood tone that has that restoration hardware type wood look to it (albeit totally fake). The one thing is the connection between the two top pieces seems a little weak so I wouldn’t put anything heavy on it. I would stick to desktops etc just in the corner. Overall very happy and would order again.” – HouseofSanada (Source: Amazon)

“Desk looks nice once put together. Mine came with a faint visible crack across the surface, but my stuff covers it up so I’m not super worried about it. Not difficult to put together. Knocked it out in about an hour, but I do recommend using your own screwdriver bits. The legs on the side shelves aren’t the most sturdy, but as long as it stays in one place once, I wouldn’t worry about anything coming apart.” – Catie Wilcox (Source: Amazon)