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We don't know what the desks of the future will look like, but we think they'll have a sleek, modern designs with clean lines and gorgeous glossy finishes. We also think they'll be constructed with durable steel frames and wooden desktops and benches. So, until the future arrives, you should probably just pick up our New School Table.
White-Walnut School Table and Bench 35.5"Wx33"Dx30"H
- Nod exclusive
- A Bill Eastburn design
- Clearance for legs is 10.5"h
- Convenient lower shelf under bench allows for additional storage
- Can be used as a desk or play table
- Adjustable levelers for uneven floors
- Made in Taiwan
- More colors available
Show 'em what you're made of
- Walnut veneer over low emission engineered wood and steel framing (Stained Walnut)
- Low emission engineered wood and steel framing (Painted White)
- 3 and up
Easy-to-follow instructions will also be included in your order.
The Advantages of Ready to Assemble Furniture
Our Ready to Assembly Furniture costs a fraction of what you'd expect because it ships in an economical flat‑pack and you do the finished assembly.
In addition to featuring quality materials such as solid hardwoods, hand-forged metals, and beveled glass, the real beauty of this furniture is that each piece is thoughtfully designed to take advantage of efficient new construction methods and affordable high-performance materials. These include new composition leathers, microfiber fabrics, and most importantly, a new generation of high-resistance engineered woods and veneers that not only save you money but ultimately save natural resources as well.
Now our Ready to Assemble furniture can be even more affordable. Some ZIP codes are eligible for Local In-Home Delivery starting at just $59. We will bring your order into your home and place the package in the room of your choice. Your exact shipping total will be calculated at Checkout.
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