Office Desks Armoire Cabinet
On In our old apartment my husband had his own home office/library - when we moved we lost that incredibly versatile space. My husband builds small models as a hobby which requires a lot of space to store his reference materials, kits, paints, tools, and minutia. This desk was an answer to our prayers. It's discreet, holds a ton of stuff, and beautifully made. One word of caution - it is heavy. It's not something you want to move around a whole lot.
On This was the only office cabinet I found that has great compact yet functional design. The cabinet is well-made and feels sturdy.
On It is simple, attractive and should be an all in one home office. But, it is just a huge, heavy nitemare. There are holes both poorly sized and placed making any concept of wire management closer to WIRE HELL. aka-wires everywhere-and showing. The drop down desk doesn't drop, at all. Both hands and the body's leverage helps, but it is still quite an endeavor. the separate spaces do not interact and can't put shelves on the inside to get some order. Still working at creating fluid working space. (without throwing this armoire into the he River.) This long awaited, painfully overdue, highly over-rated and grossly over priced piece, whose sole purpose was to organize a home office, is anything but ideal. I would return it in a split second if it were an option.
On This handsome piece of furniture efficiently houses all your home office stuff and hides it away when necessary. Two problems: I had to change the solid-block handles because I found them hard to pull open. The other drawback of the desk shelf is that when it is open, it becomes hard to reach things on the shelves underneath (you have to get down on your hands and knees). So don't put your printer down there!