Riverside Serenato L-Shaped Computer Desk and Hutch in Ambra
With traditional appeal and superb craftsmanship the Riverside Serenato L-Shaped Computer Desk and Hutch in Ambra brings a taste of Tuscany to your home. This beautiful set is constructed of poplar hardwood solids and bass wood veneers and finished in a beautiful lightly distressed Ambra stain. It features plenty of drawer and cabinet space and beautiful architectural elements such as crown molding on the top of the hutch. Dovetail joinery on the desk hutch and drawer construction assure the high-quality construction of this furniture.The L-shaped desk offers a center drawer with a drop-front pullout keyboard shelf mounted on ball-bearing extension guides to make typing easy and convenient. A cabinet provides enclosed CPU storage with a bottom pullout shelf mounted on ball-bearing extension guides for convenience an adjustable shelf and a power control bar. Five drawers including a drawer with a pencil tray and a locking file drawer that accommodates letter- or legal-sized hanging folders ensure plenty of storage space.The hutch features two upper cabinet drawers with glass door inserts and adjustable glass shelves as well as lights inside the cabinets that operate from a single switch. The center drawer has a felt-lined bottom wiring access holds and a triple-partitioned cubby box for storing and charging electronic equipment; it also provides a power supply outlet with three separate cords that can run to each individual partition. The area in the top center part of the hutch features a fixed shelf and open storage in the bottom section. Tip-restraining software is included with the hutch.The L-shaped desk requires some assembly and the hutch is delivered fully assembled. Left desk dimensions: 68W x 28.37D x 30H inches. Right desk dimensions: 46W x 22D x 29H inches. Hutch dimensions: 68.25W x 14.5D x 44.75H inches.About Riverside Furniture Corp.The Arkansas River Valley is home to majestic forests ruggedly beautiful mountains gurgling brooks and swiftly flowing rivers. It is also home to Riverside Furniture Corporation. Riverside has been growing for more than half a century. The company's founder Herman Udouj opened the doors to his first factory in 1946 and along with 12 employees he began making handcrafted furniture for the post-World War II Baby Boom era. Since then three generations of Americans have furnished their homes and offices with Riverside's wide range of furniture products. Riverside strives to be trusted for quality products that are an affordable value. It's just that simple.