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VICXYY High order Floating Storage Cabinet - Shel with Desk Nashville-Davidson Mall Corner

VICXYY Floating Storage Cabinet - Corner Floating Desk with Shel

$51

VICXYY Floating Storage Cabinet - Corner Floating Desk with Shel

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Product description

Feature:

Our wall-mounted tables are mainly made of high-quality board, which is environmentally friendly, durable and can withstand a lot of load.
Great design wall mounted desk with storage shelves provides working space and extra plenty of storage space.
Mount at any Height with prepacks innovative cleat system, make you more convenient and save your space.
Hiden drawer keeps your desk organized. Spacious side compartments to store books, photographs and other personal items.
You can refer to the detailed assembly instructions to complete the assembly work within half an hour. And you can clean it with a clean, damp cloth.
Description:

Product Name: wall mounted floating desk.
Product color: black color.
Product weight: 25.8 pounds.
Material: board.
Product size: 23.6 x 20.0 x 6.1 inches (60x50.8x15.5 cm)
Packing size: 26.4 x 22.4 x 3.5 inches (67x57x9 cm)
Products have been rigorously tested, carrying a certain weight or standing for a period of time without deformation and bending.
Package Included:

1x Wall Mounted Floating Computer Desk.

VICXYY Floating Storage Cabinet - Corner Floating Desk with Shel

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