Rated 4 out of
The desk looks great, but I wish it would open in the front (not the back), though.
Date published: 2011-10-17
Rated 4 out of
See my review of the drop down cabinet for overall comments. This was used as part of a composition of a series of Wonderwall components - drop down cabinets, drawer unit and wall hung shelves. Some thoughts specific for the desk...
Pros: a decent size and ties nicely into the the system if you put cabinets on either side. The wire management compartment is useful and hides a lot of cords, transformers etc neatly away from view and from getting in the way, while providing easy access when needed. It's relatively inexpensive and makes a nice built in semicustom system when combined with other "Wonderwall" components.
Cons: While strong and pretty stable, we found it much better with a couple of flat head screws attaching the desk to adjacent cabinets toward the front. This was to keep the leading edge from any movement up and down. But you need to drill through the triangular brackets and of course you need to provide all your own screws, lag bolts etc for generally fixing the desk to the wall - they are not provided.
Also, while the photo looks like the desk is walnut with a white supports, the supports are painted Ivory instead. Therefor, the desk does not match the"Wonderwall" wall hung shelving system which is white metal and walnut and there's no way to correct this except to have it painted white 'aftermarket'.
I do recommend it but it's a qualified recommendation...
Date published: 2015-09-20
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