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Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk

Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk

Item: 14294    Model: 9827096

Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk
4.0stars
( 14 reviews)
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  • Mink Walnut finish
  • File drawer for letter size files
    Two smaller drawers for incidentals
    Drop front center drawer for keyboard or laptop
  • Dimensions: 30.25"H x 47.63"W x 23.66"D
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Mink Walnut finishFile drawer for letter size files<br/>Two smaller drawers for incidentals<br/>Drop front center drawer for keyboard or laptopDimensions: 30.25"H x 47.63"W x 23.66"DEachMink Walnut finishFile drawer for letter size files<br/>Two smaller drawers for incidentals<br/>Drop front center drawer for keyboard or laptopDimensions: 30.25"H x 47.63"W x 23.66"DMartha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk225.99USDhttp://www.staples-3p.com/s7/is/image/Staples/s0693503_sc7?$std$http://www.staples-3p.com/s7/is/image/Staples/s0693503_sc7?$thb$http://www.staples-3p.com/s7/is/image/Staples/s0693503/Martha-Stewart-Home-Office-Andersen-Collection-Desk/product_14294
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Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk
 
3.7

(based on 15 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

88%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (5)
  • Efficient (4)
  • Well built / quality (4)

Cons

  • Difficult to set up (3)

Best Uses

  • Everyday use (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Midrange shopper (4), Budget shopper (3)
    • Primary use:
    • Personal (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (8)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

Looking Good!!!!!

Although I am not a Martha Stewart fan, this desk was a beautiful additional to my craft room. It's compact enough that it fits in a small corner, and it's quite an attractive...Read complete review

Although I am not a Martha Stewart fan, this desk was a beautiful additional to my craft room. It's compact enough that it fits in a small corner, and it's quite an attractive piece. The drawers are just enough to hold my everyday items (stapler, tape dispenser, scissors, pens, paper clips, etc.) instead of having them sitting on top. It was a little difficult to assemble (picture instructions, no words with a ton of prep work)which I feel should have been done at the factory. So many little parts that could have been done prior to packaging it up, to save the consumer a great deal of time. Otherwise, it's a nice piece of furniture.

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Most Helpful Negative Review

 

Too expensive for quality

We purchased this desk at Staples a couple days ago and assembled today. I've put together "Bush" furniture before and have not had too much trouble. Assembling this desk was difficult....Read complete review

We purchased this desk at Staples a couple days ago and assembled today. I've put together "Bush" furniture before and have not had too much trouble. Assembling this desk was difficult. It's assembled by screwing posts into pre-drilled holes and securing the posts with cams. The pre-drilled holes were crooked and required several tries to get the posts straight. The material for the desk is pressed particle board. I've seen particle board that is fine-grained and fairly sturdy but the material used for this desk is somewhat coarse and, perhaps, a little too fragile. The desk arrived with a small crack in the top. The hardware for the drawers is poor quality. It took us about 30 minutes trying to get the file drawer into the drawer rails.

After assembly the desk looks terrible. The bottom file drawer won't close all the way. We haven't been able to get the keyboard tray set on its rails yet. Setting the drawers requires stretching the rails to their maximum length and getting the rail on the drawer inside the sliding rail.

Overall, this has been a very bad experience with expensive ($200) poorly built furniture

Reviewed by 15 customers

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1.0

Terrible support from manufacturer

By Customer 27

from Illinois

Comments about Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk:

Terrible service from manufacturer. They get their parts overseas and any missing parts may take months to replace. Been waiting on a part since January and it is still on back order. This is not a reflection on Staples, but they may want to consider doing business with a more reputable manufacturer.

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5.0

Martha Stewart Desk

By Norman of the north

from Augusta, Maine

Verified Buyer
This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

Comments about Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk:

I have been using this Martha Stewart Desk daily for the last two weeks. It is great! There is plenty of drawer space and the pullout keyboard drawer is large and deep. The quality of the desk is heavy-duty. Assembling it was a straight-forward task, taking about 3 hrs. because nothing was pre-assembled. I like the open side and back so I can easily reach shelves on the right and a outlets to the rear. To reduce the risk of scratching, I am looking for a plastic or glass desk surface protector because the finish looks very vulnerable to chipping and staining/discoloration. We nicked the finish in two spots while putting it together. These were not hard nicks.

I can only say, this Martha Stewart desk was exactly what I needed for my office space and configuration, plus it was $100 off. Incidentally, as a disclaimer, this purchase does no make me or other male purchaser's, a 'Martha Stewart man'.

Buy one and you should be satisfied.

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2.0

Terrible directions

By Mary

from Woburn, Ma

This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

Comments about Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk:

The directions were horrible. Showed pictures of items and how to put
hardware on items, but never was there any wording for how to actually
put items together. I love the desk once it was put together, but in all my
years to putting together furniture, I have never been so disappointed with
the directions for a product. Someone should look into this because its a good desk, but the directions are awful!!!!

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4.0

a work in process

By stinabean862

from Boston

This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

Comments about Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk:

I found this very easy to assemble (so far) and all I have left is to just attach the desk together in my office) it just takes a very long time. I built it myself without any help, so make sure you set aside a few hours (2+) to tackle this project. I did take my time with this, and I feel it was worth it. I love the look of this, and glad it will have enough room for my dual monitors and laptop. I can't wait until it's done. I'd give it a 5 if there wasn't a lot of the cheaper wood, however, it does serve it's purpose AND I got it at a great price....$100 off in my local store. Can't beat it.

here are some helpful tips:
1. it DOES fit in the back of a standard size sedan (I drive an accord)
2. make sure you organize everything by letter (wood parts) and number (hardware)
3. I am disappointed in the inconsistencies with wood and cheap wood. in some areas it started to flake off once I started to screw things together.
4. I did everything by hand with a screw driver because I was afraid I'd damage the cheaper wood with a drill
5. if you decide to do everything by hand, make sure you have a glove, I have a huge blister in the middle of my hand
6. pour yourself a glass of wine...trust me, it's needed

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1.0

Too expensive for quality

By Rauchverboten

from Burlington, NC

This customer has reached Intern level on the Staples.com Leaderboard

Comments about Martha Stewart Home Office Andersen Collection Desk:

We purchased this desk at Staples a couple days ago and assembled today. I've put together "Bush" furniture before and have not had too much trouble. Assembling this desk was difficult. It's assembled by screwing posts into pre-drilled holes and securing the posts with cams. The pre-drilled holes were crooked and required several tries to get the posts straight. The material for the desk is pressed particle board. I've seen particle board that is fine-grained and fairly sturdy but the material used for this desk is somewhat coarse and, perhaps, a little too fragile. The desk arrived with a small crack in the top. The hardware for the drawers is poor quality. It took us about 30 minutes trying to get the file drawer into the drawer rails.

After assembly the desk looks terrible. The bottom file drawer won't close all the way. We haven't been able to get the keyboard tray set on its rails yet. Setting the drawers requires stretching the rails to their maximum length and getting the rail on the drawer inside the sliding rail.

Overall, this has been a very bad experience with expensive ($200) poorly built furniture

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