KidKraft Wooden Study Desk Only $94 Shipped on Amazon (Regularly $160)
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This study desk would make the perfect addition to your kiddo’s room or playroom! It features a slim storage drawer, two deep drawers to store books and supplies, a paper organizer, a bulletin board, and a sturdy drawing and writing surface.
KidKraft Wooden Study Desk for Children in Espresso
Only $94 shipped (regularly $160.35)
Unsure? Here are some helpful reviews…
“Bought this for our 3rd grader as we start a new year of homeschooling. The directions were easy to follow and it looked so nice in his room. It’s sturdy and we love it!”
“We bought two of these desks – one for our tall 5-year-old in Kindergarten and another for our tiny 3.5-year-old. It’s so perfect for our tall 5-year-old with some room to grow. The desk is not as small as some people said it was. I thought it was the perfect size. Assembly was easy. The instructions were easy to follow and every piece was labeled with a numbered sticker. Even the screws are all separated and easy to distinguish. The quality is great for this very affordable price. It’s sturdy and a little heavy once assembled. I think it will last quite a long time. One of the bottom legs on one desk was damaged, but it was very easy to go on the KidKraft website to request a replacement part.
“Love this desk. I recently started working from home and bought a big expensive desk for my office. My daughter had been begging for an office like mommy’s. We found this last minute right before Christmas. I definitely think it’s a two-person job. The quality is good and sturdy. Not cheaply made by any means. Absolutely worth the money especially if you’re doing remote learning or want an optimal space for your child to read, write, or draw.”