This International Concepts 1-Drawer Writing Desk has no stain or paint applied, making it ready for the finish of your choice.
International Concepts 1-Drawer Writing Desk, Unfinished:
- Solid parawood
- Easy to assemble
- 1 drawer
- Manufacturer warrants the product to be free of defects at the time of shipment
- Dimensions: 48″L x 26″W x 30″H
- Model# OF-41
- The desk came with no damage and the size is just as described. It’s really sturdy and not hard to assemble. One thing that has to be kept in mind is that the surface of the wood is not really smooth and has quite a lot tiny splinters which irritate and might even penetrate the skin. I was going to use it as it is because the original color is pretty and there are other comments saying that it’s smooth and can be used as it is. But I ended up using my nail buffer to smooth the surface (don’t have sandpaper at hand) before I used it.
- This is for my granddaughters 13th birthday to be used as a table to create her drawings on. I am so impressed by the finish on this. I thought I would have to do a lot of sanding but it looks and feels very smooth. I have bought unfinished furniture before but this is the best.
- Great quality for good price
- Bought this desk for its durability and price. Decided to make a project out of it. Was delivered in perfect condition, so easy to put together my 4 year old helped. I used a couple of different wood stains, and distressed it a bit, then sealed it with polyurethane spray, paste wax, and added my own knob.
- This is a very solid and well made desk. My 8 year old son put it together in about 15 minutes. Would highly recommend. We will stAin it at some point but looks great as is. Very smooth wood.
- Just as represented. The perfect size, ready to be finished. Did a quick paint wash on the legs and sides (took 5 mins to attach them) and mineral oil on the top. Looks great. Laptop with separate mouse and keyboard, desktop file, phone and desk lamp with room to spare.
- This table worked out perfectly. Painted black, it fit in an alcove ad is used as a homework station for grammar school grandchildren. It matches more expensive pieces – it’s not Ethan Allen but it looks great.