Home Office Furniture - Roll Top Desks

Roll top desks are now constructed so that computer monitors fit into the covered top compartment. This provides security from children or pets as well as protection from dust. One disadvantage can be a sense of feeling “penned in” by the side panels, but the trade-off is a feeling of privacy. Perhaps the greatest advantage of the roll top is that it can quickly be closed to hide the disarray often found in the home or business office.

Standard Student Rolltop Desk

Amish-crafted Student Rolltop Desk.This Amish-crafted Student Rolltop Desk is available in two sizes and  features:
- dovetail drawers in base
- full extension drawer slides
- letter size file drawer
- raised panel back
- pencil tray in lap drawer
- single writing board
- two cubby drawers
- solid hardwood pulls

Optional features include:
- legal/letter adjustable file drawer
- reverse pedestal
- keyboard pullout
- grommets
- mission style

Product ID: H-25163


36" Heritage Roll Top Desk

36 inch Heritage Oak Roll-top Desk.This Heritage  Oak Roll Top Desk pictured in dark oak is also available in a light oak color. The overall dimensions of the desk are: 36''w x 23''d x 46''h with a kneehole measuring: 20''w x 20''d x 26''h. The features of this small size oak roll top desk include:

- 1 Secretary Pullout
- Drop Front Center Drawer
- Standard Pedestal

Product ID: H-25164


Mini Roll Top Desk

Mini Roll Top Desk.This 32" mini roll top desk measures 32" x 24" x 44 1/2".

Product ID: H-25165


Traditional Computer Roll Top Desk

Amish-crafted Traditional Computer Rolltop Desk.This Amish-crafted Traditional Computer Roll Top Desk offers plenty of room for storage with the numerous drawers and slots. The desk features dovetail drawers in the base, full extension drawer slides 2 1/2" solid wood grommet, letter size file drawer,  CPU Door on the right, a raised panel back, a pullout shelf in the right pedestal, keyboard pullout, dual writing boards, and solid hardwood pulls.

This computer roll top desk is available in two sizes 34" x 62" (pictured) and 32" x 60" and can be ordered in Cherry, oak, Walnut, Quartersawn Oak, Maple or Hickory.

Optional features include a legal/letter adjustable file drawer and a raised panel in the kneehole. The desk can be ordered without the top to be used as a flat top desk. It is also available in a Mission style.

Product ID: H-25166


Deluxe Mission Roll Top Desk

Amish-crafted Deluxe Mission Roll Top Desk.This Amish-crafted roll top desk features Mission lines and hardware. It comes with these standard features: dovetailed drawers in the base and full extension drawer slides. This piece measures 28d x 58w x 53h and is available in Cherry, Oak, Walnut,  Quartersawn Oak,  Maple, Walnut and Hickory. Other features include: letter size file  drawer, pencil tray in lap drawer, dual writing boards, 6 cubby drawers, solid panel kneehole and a solid panel back. Back View

Product ID: H-25167


Amish Crafted Deluxe Roll Top Desk

Amish-crafted Deluxe Roll Top Desk.This Amish-crafted Deluxe roll top desk is available in two different sizes. The small roll top desk pictured below measures 28d x 58w x 50 1/2h. The large roll top desk measures 30d x 60w x 50 1/2h. Standard features include: dovetail drawers in the base, full extension drawer slides, letter size file drawer, raised panel back, pencil tray in lap drawer, dual writing boards, four cubby drawers, and solid hardwood pulls. The roll top desk can be ordered in cherry, oak, walnut, quartersawn oak, maple and hickory.

Optional features include: legal/letter adjustable file drawer, raised panel in kneehole, six cubby drawers, keyboard pullout, grommets. The desk can also be ordered without the top so it can be used as a flat top desk. Inside View

Product ID: H-25169


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