There's really not much to say about this table/desk what you see in the pictures is pretty much what you get. It's a nice mid century-ish option if you need something small and are into the "fake wood" look that was prevalent in the 60s. Plus, it's quite a bargain just remember that you're not paying for a keepsake piece of furniture. Very easy to put together. Like some people have mentioned, this is a fairly small desk particularly in height. If you have a chair that's a little lower to the ground, it's not an issue. So, buyer beware.
I needed a small width desk and this fit the bill but did not have the right look. I would have returned it but return shipping was 1/4 of the cost of the item, so I will be repurposing it. It's only redeeming quality is the hairpin legs, which cost $25-plus per leg online. I plan to attach the legs to a thick slab of reclaimed wood when I find the right piece. PROS: The height is good for keyboarding, hairpin legs can be repurposed, easy to assemble, holes drilled in the right places CONS: Looks too short like a kid's desk, the tabletop itself looks nothing like wood, It looks cheap
My expectations were pretty mild given the price, but I was pleasantly surprised that the desk was "as expected". CONS: The table top is digitally printed and embossed to look like wood. Not ideal, but for $XX you can't expect real wood. I use this as more of a secondary table, not a desk. The height is a little low for normal to tall people (I'm 5'9"). But I do use it as a craft table sometimes without a problem. PROS The quality of the wood reproduction is good enough that no one will take notice. And I actually really like the grey color. Yes it's GREY, fyi. As another reviewer mentioned, the hairpin legs are worth the price of the table alone. In fact, I bought this table half assuming that I would use the legs with another tabletop. (Thought they would look better on a bigger surface as well.) But in the end the small table fit nicely in the house. Overall I think this is a great accessory piece, but not ideal for a desk.
Everything about this desk is great...nice construction, looks nice, good solid weight, the only problem...it's too short! At only 27 inches high, sitting at this desk felt strange (I am 6'4"), as if I was playing office while sitting on children's furniture. Just didn't work for me, so I am using it as a media table now. My record player looks great on it!
Very good purchase; I had another desk from ****** which took my friend 1 and 1/2 hrs. to figure out and put together. This one took me 5 minutes. Looks good, saves me space, fits well. It had a small dent on the table but kept it anyway as returns are a pain and not that noticeable. It's under my computer right now, good price,and have extra space, Good choice. Would recommend.
This desk looks good and is easy to assemble. However, the only problem is that the height is slightly lower than regular working desk. It is not the most ideal height to work with for long periods of time because you have to couch down a little in order to see you computer in a comfortable manner. The table top also peels off pretty easily, even just when you put tape on it for a second, it will peel off. Overall, it is sturdy enough to hold all my stuff but the height is definitely a problem.
I wanted a low desk, and this is perfect. It takes about three minutes to attach the legs. I have a big, wide, cushioned swivel chair as a desk chair, and it didn't quite fit between the front legs, but it was super easy to drill new holes and change the angle of the front legs so I could fit the chair under there. It's solid, well-made and attractive. I have my computer on it, and it's totally solid. I don't know what the weight limit is, but it feels very solid and secure. Looks great, too!