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Sauder Palladia L-Shaped Desk, L: 68.74" x W: 65.12" x H: 29.61", Split Oak finish

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Color: Split Oak Finish

Pattern Name: Desk


  • Drawer/shelf features flip-down panel for laptop or keyboard/mouse and can be fastened on the left or right side
  • File drawer with full extension slides holds letter or legal size hanging files to keep your documents organized
  • Three additional drawers feature metal runners and safety stops to keep you and your family safe
  • Desk top has grommet holes for electrical cord access
  • Storage area behind door holds vertical CPU tower and has an adjustable shelf
  • Finished on all sides for versatile placement anywhere in your home
  • Quick and easy assembly with patented T-slot drawer system
  • Split Oak finish
  • Engineered wood
  • Assembled Dimensions: L: 68.74" x W: 65.12" x H: 29.61"


Whether it's writing out bills or getting some work done from the comfort of your own home, this L-shaped desk from the Palladia® collection is just what your home needs. This computer desk offers a spacious top surface that provides you with the room you need for all your office essentials like your laptop/monitor, stacks of notepads, a hot cup of coffee and even an accent lamp. This home office desk features a drawer/shelf with a flip-down panel for your laptop or keyboard. This L-shaped office desk also includes a file drawer with full extension slides to hold letter or legal size hanging files. There are three additional drawers that open and close on smooth metal runners for convenient storage space of office supplies. Behind the door is a storage area that can hold a vertical CPU tower and has an adjustable shelf. Keep wires organized and out of the way with the desk top grommet holes. Finished on all sides in Split Oak®, this stunning L-shaped desk will make a great addition to your home.

Brand: Sauder

Shape: L-Shape

Desk design: Computer Desk

Product Dimensions: 30.13"D x 72.25"W x 6.75"H

Color: Split Oak Finish

Top Material Type: Engineered Wood

Special Feature: Adjustable

Room Type: Office

Number of Drawers: 1

Item Weight: 250 Pounds

Furniture Finish: Oak

Size: L 68.74" x W 65.12" x H 29.61"

Number of Shelves: 1

Included Components: Materials, hardware, and assembly instructions

Assembly Required: Yes

Model Name: Palladia

Product Dimensions: 30.13 x 72.25 x 6.75 inches

Item Weight: 250 pounds

Manufacturer: Sauder Woodworking

Country of Origin: USA

Item model number: 424811

Warranty Description: 5 year parts.

Batteries Required?: No

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  • Great looking desk - very time consuming assembly.
Color: Vintage Oak Finish Pattern Name: Desk
This desk looks really great and we’re extremely happy with the quality and appearance. It was mentioned in other reviews, so we knew what we were signing up for, but it took many hours to assemble. My husband did the whole thing - it wasn’t difficult, but there were many, many pieces. The desk basically ships in two flat (very heavy) boxes, with absolutely no pre-assembly whatsoever. Be prepared to do every little thing - attach hinges and drawer tracks, all of the decorative pieces, etc. Also, be ready with help to carry it. As mentioned, the boxes are very heavy and it was a two person job to move them inside. That said, the value of the product is really great and we’re very happy with it vs. having spent 4-5x or more money at a regular furniture store. There were a few pieces that didn’t fit together like they should have, but my husband found it easy to improvise and drill a few new holes to re-fit it. There was also one piece that was damaged when we received it. Almost all of the desk parts were clearly labeled, so I submitted a request for a replacement piece online and it arrived at our house 2 days later. I was very happy with the customer service and responsiveness. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2022 by J Macke

  • Good value and really great offering
Color: Split Oak Finish Pattern Name: Desk
I looked at so many desks out on the market. This desk is wonderful in 2 major ways that other desks are very deceiving: 1. This desk's main section is 30" deep which is so necessary to accommodate a standard flat screen monitor/laptop and keyboard. Most other desks at/close to this price point look really great in pictures, but what you don't know is that many are too shallow to actually serve as quality, comfortable desks. Many are 21" or 22", some are even 19", which is way way too shallow for comfort. 2. This desk has a REAL LAMINATE top that's very durable. Many other desks at this price point are so misleading and are what is now known as a photo finish, but list themselves as laminate, which most folks picture as similar to Formica laminate. Photo finish is literally a printed picture on paper that is glued on. This can be easily ripped and nicked and any moisture literally destroys the finish. Other pros include: 1. Great height. I actually had to raise my seat a bit to be comfortable. Other desk reviews show clashing with arm rests or pinching on the tops of peoples' legs when moved in. 2. The color is awesome. 3. There a many drawers, a keyboard drawer and a bunch of smaller drawers. 4. There are reliefs at the bottom and several cable holes that make wire management really great. 5. A very nice product for the cost. Drawbacks are as other reviews state. 1. The boxes are heavy when delivered. I had to make a make-shift lifting strap from ratchet strap to hoist it up and move into my house. Or you'll need a friends/spouses help for sure. 2. The assembly is not for the faint of heart. I think the number of pieces really speaks to the quality versus of other desks in this category, but man there are a lot of parts and steps. I am very proficient at DIY assembly furniture and this was desk took the most effort of any I've ever done. Still 5 stars because I knew this when ordering, but it was a lot. Probably every bit of 5 hours. 3. Some pieces are photo finished, but these pieces are really not prominent and you'll never notice it. The lower plinths are which may get nicked up when vacuuming, but very tolerable for the value. All in all, super happy with this desk and would definitely buy again. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2022 by Amazon Customer

  • My Review
Color: Vintage Oak Finish Pattern Name: Desk
On a scale of 1 to 10, this would get an 8.5. I am a scale model builder as a hobby and this reminds me of one of those kits albeit at a 1:1 scale. There are about 50 steps to build the desk. So here are my thoughts: The Good: 1. All you need is a hammer and a good Phillips head screwdriver. Match the bit size to the drawing in the instructions and you will be fine. 2. The pieces arrived in a very secure package and there was no damage. 3. The screws and other hardware were in a separate large "sheet" with each screw type labeled in it's own section. I had some extras which is not a bad thing. 4. For as many parts as there are, and as big as it is, the fit is very good with one exception which I have noted in the Bad section. The OK: 1. This will take some time. I did it by myself and it took about 8 to 10 hours. I took some breaks so my time is somewhere between 8 and 10. 2. You need at least a 10 x 10 area to assemble. You need some room to maneuver the two sections around once you get them assembled and ready to mate the two section. 3. There is a LOT of turning and twisting all those screws and locking pieces. Patience is required. 4. One person can do it if you plan on how to stand up the sections on their ends and then "tip" them over. Again, patience and planning are the key. 5. I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND using furniture slides. I used 8 of them around the edges and the desk slides pretty easily. This makes getting the two sections pretty close for final mating and then getting it into your final position really easy. 6. Some of the areas where you are forced to twist the locking pieces can get congested. Use the smallest screwdriver you can. You do NOT need a power drill. In fact, I don't think you could use a power drill for all of it as it would be too hard to maneuver in some of the tight places. 7. You may need to adjust the drawer slides if the drawers hit each other. I had one drawer that was binding on the one beneath it, and adjusting the slides on the side made all the difference. Again, patience is needed. The Bad: 1. The plastic corner pieces that align the sides of the drawers to the front of the drawers were not labeled as in the instructions. They turned out to be the same pieces, but you must figure out which piece goes in which drawer as one drawer needs the pieces without the caps. Since the numbers don't match, you have to visually figure it out or else you will have to start over on that drawer. 2. The two sections are attached under the desk in the back corner with two screws which you place in the pre-drilled holes in the front-most vanity panel. Getting those holes to line up with the holes with the vanity panel from the second section is virtually impossible. You are crunched down under the sections trying to line up those holes. The wood is soft enough that you can get the two pieces to "attach", but I am not sure I got them aligned. 3. This is my biggest complaint about the desk. The two sections line up but the fit is not square. It is really good on the horizontal plane, but vertically there is a "bump". Kind of like two sections of a side walk that join together. There isn't really a gap, but a ridge between the two. Not a huge deal, but you can clearly see there are two sections joined together. You cannot confuse it for a single piece desktop. Now there is a plate underneath where the two sections are screwed together but it is too small to eliminate the ridge. 4. The cable holes in the desktop (2 of them) are too small to be of much use. They will allow for a couple of small USB -type cables for a mouse and keyboard, but HDMI and Display Port cable ends won't fit through. The Unknown: 1. I have no idea how this will disassemble to travel if I move. I think the two sections will be easily separated, but there are quite large and if you have a small doorway, it could be tricky. Summary: A nice piece for the price considering what you would pay for a solid wood desk. I think it is a bit unfair when folks are saying it is not sold "solid" wood. I did not think it was marketed as such, so I cannot fault anyone. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2018 by John A.

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