Store Locator
Track Order
Close X

New Customer ? Start Here.

SEARCH
MAKE more HAPPEN
MAKE more HAPPEN
MAKE more HAPPEN
MAKE more HAPPEN
 

New day. New Daily Deals. Get them before they are gone!

WEEKLY AD

Learn More About Ready–to–Assemble Furniture

What type of ready–to–assemble furniture do you need?

Executive suite


Ideal for:  Those who want coordinated groupings of office furniture and have the budget to buy a complete ensemble. Usually of higher quality than other types of ready–to–assemble furniture and create a polished, professional look when assembled together.

Key features:

  • Typically consists of three pieces: executive desk, credenza, and hutch, or wall unit.
  • As the primary piece in the suite, an executive desk has a large writing space and at least two box drawers and two file drawers. About 30" high, 65" wide, 30" deep.
  • The credenza usually offers a hideaway printer drawer, pullout keyboard, space for a CPU storage unit or monitor, and open and concealed storage. Approximately 30" high, 65" wide, 20" deep. Accompanying hutch, with a height of about 40", sits on top of credenza.
  • The wall unit generally has open and closed shelves. 70" high, 30" wide, 12" deep.
  • Made from solid wood and wood veneer covered with a durable coating that is scratch–, stain–, and heat–resistant.
  • Self–assembly. Priced substantially lower than traditional, pre–assembled pieces.
What’s available: A variety of styles and wood finishes are available to match any décor: maple, mahogany, cherry, and oak. Buy one piece and add to it as needs expand, or purchase the entire collection together.


Modular workcenter


Ideal for: Individuals and companies needing customizable, expandable, and flexible office furniture solutions. Some units can be designed for right– or left–handed use.

Key features:

  • Several separate, ready–to–assemble furniture components that connect to create spacious and highly functional work areas.
  • Options include desks, hutches, credenzas, peninsulas/returns, corner connectors, file cabinets, bookcases, keyboard shelves, etc. Collections offer up to 16 pieces that can be configured in hundreds of ways.
  • Some units are specifically designed to save space by fitting right into a corner.
  • Most components have durable work surfaces, made of thick melamine laminate that resist scratches, stains, and watermarks.
  • Pieces with high–impact rubber moldings around the edges are less likely to dent or chip.
  • Some pieces come with grommet holes, which help manage and conceal cables.
  • Self–assembly. Priced substantially lower than traditional, pre–assembled pieces.
What’s available: Many finishes including mahogany, fruit wood, oak, maple, graphite, cherry, beech, dove gray, etc. Some steel models are also available.


Computer desk


Ideal for: A small or home office, den, bedroom, or dorm room where computing and work space is needed.

Key features:

  • Can accommodate computer, monitor, and keyboard and offers storage space for computer peripherals, such as a printer, and supplies. Some models have a pullout keyboard tray.
  • Dimensions vary by model, but are approximately 55" high, 50" wide, and 25" deep.
  • Some models have extra–deep desktops for additional writing and workspace.
  • Has box drawers for supplies, file drawers for letter– and legal–size files, and a concealed storage compartment that can often accommodate a CPU unit and keep work area neat and organized. Some desks have tack boards for posting notes.
  • Made from solid wood and wood veneer covered with a durable coating that is scratch–, stain–, and heat–resistant.
  • Self–assembly. Priced substantially lower than traditional, pre–assembled pieces.
What’s available: Some desks come with hutch, printer stand, or return (sometimes sold separately) that increases storage options and/or workspace. Available in space–saving designs, such as models made to fit in the corner of a room.


Computer cart


Ideal for: Computer users who don't have the room or budget for a computer desk, or those who want to keep their desk clear for writing and other tasks. Turns a little extra space into a work area.

Key features:

  • Can accommodate all computer components: a mini–tower or vertical CPU unit, monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers, and software.
  • Approximately 35" high, 40" wide, and 25" deep. Some are height adjustable, which allows for customization.
  • Most have dedicated printer shelf and pullout keyboard tray with wrist rest. Shelf can be pulled out when computer is being used, or pushed in to save space when not in use. Look for one with a raised monitor platform to make working less stressful on eyes and neck.
  • Open space behind printer and CPU storage areas allows for easy paper feed and equipment installation.
  • For added organization, opt for a model with an attached hutch with CD rack and top shelf for speakers or office supplies.
  • Most models have rugged casters for mobility, meaning cart can slide easily out of the way when not in use.
  • Made from solid wood and wood veneer covered with a durable coating that is scratch–, stain–, and heat–resistant.
  • Self–assembly. Priced substantially lower than traditional, pre–assembled pieces.
What’s available: A variety of styles and wood finishes are available to match any décor: maple, mahogany, walnut, cherry, oak, and whitewash. Contemporary styles have metal frames with wooden shelves; traditional styles feature all–wood construction.


Bookcase


Ideal for: Book or binder storage or display space. An open–shelf bookcase works best for items that need to be accessed frequently. A bookcase with doors that conceal and protect shelf contents is perfect for storage of valuable or confidential items.

Key features:

  • Usually has between two and seven shelves. A number of the shelves can be adjusted, depending on the unit. Most five–shelf wood cases have three adjustable and two fixed shelves. Moveable shelves in metal units adjust at 1" or 2" intervals.
  • Dimensions vary by the design, but two–shelf cases are approximately 30" high; five–shelf models are about 60" high; and seven–shelf models are roughly 80" high. Shelves are about 1" thick, and wood units are often covered with a coating that resists stains and scratches.
  • Constructed of wood or steel. Metal is the most durable choice, but is not as stylish as wood. Wood bookcases are available in many finishes (oak, mahogany, beech, cherry, and maple) to blend with other furniture.
  • Self–assembly. Priced substantially lower than traditional, pre–assembled pieces.
What’s available: Some open wooden bookcases can accept door kits (sold separately), which turn an open shelf into a closed storage area. For extra protection, sliding glass doors with locks are available on some steel units.


Printer stand


Ideal for: A fax machine, printer, scanner, or other small office machine that is used frequently, but doesn’t fit on a desktop.

Key features:

  • Approximately 30" high, 25" wide, and 20" deep.
  • Open back allows for easy paper feed and equipment installation.
  • Equipped with adjustable shelves for light storage (paper, supplies, etc.) and casters for easy mobility. Some have doors to keep supplies covered.
  • Made from wood or steel for strength. Metal is more durable, but wood may better complement other office furnishings. Look for a model that has a durable coated top that is scratch–, stain–, and heat–resistant.
  • Self–assembly. Priced substantially lower than traditional, pre–assembled pieces.
What’s available: A variety of styles and wood finishes are available to match any décor: maple, mahogany, walnut, cherry, oak, and whitewash. Contemporary styles have metal frames with wooden shelves, traditional styles feature all wood construction.


[an error occurred while processing this directive]

Deals! Get them now
SUBMIT
Join us on: