Asher Desk, Gray Asher Desk, Gray

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The Asher Desk elevates a space with that extra dash of class. Plush hair-on-hide provides an interesting contrast to its sleek, almost industrial silhouette, giving this functional piece an undeniably luxurious feel. Natural tones of monochromatic gray make it a neutral addition to any style of home office or workspace, whether you're a minimalist looking to add something extra, or a maximalist seeking some simplicity. The Asher Desk's unique employment of texture can also be found within its three drawers, which are lined in gorgeous, touchable micro-suede and have full-extension glides for the ultimate attention to detail.

  • 52w x 22d x 30.5h
  • Hair-on-Hide
  • 3 Drawers with Micro-Suede Interior and Full Extension Glides
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Between Legs: 40.25

Floor To Bottom: 25.5

Drawer Inside Width: 7.75

Drawer Inside Height: 2

Drawer Inside Depth: 18.5

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