PerfectCarolFits in the room, lots of storage/drawer space.5
Great office desk!Angela A.After two years of working from home and now having a hybrid schedule, it was time to buy a desk for my spare room. Easy to assemble and move! I now see that the desk top is also available in a 55" - wish that had been an option a couple weeks ago!5
am enjoying my alex drawers..DENISEam enjoying my alex drawers.. once I got them together!
Takes alot of time. One suggestion is for the company to
label the pieces so you can find them easier...and NOT be
confused as to the right side ect.....5
Perfect for my sewing room!KarenPerfect for my sewing room!5
Lovely piece, use it asYVONNELovely piece, use it as a vanity in my dressing room.5
Love it!Diego L.I have had this Micke desk and i love it! I have the HELMER drawer and it works so good with my desk! I love it!5
UnhappyJanineIt was really hard to assemble this desk, and the order was over a week late with delivery. In addition, two other items were missing from my order, which I was charge a delivery fee. I would have never paid a delivery free for one item to be delivered. They sent me an arm rest, charged me for it, with no chair. Not a good place to buy any products from.1
Very prettyRuthI liked so much. My husband assembled it and he recommended to had better assembling instructions. Overall super good item.5
Just wish there were markingsSCOTTJust wish there were markings as to top side of product. I had to disassemble and reassemble because the instructions were a little vague.5
Perfect desk. Using this forJanellPerfect desk. Using this for my sewing machine. Drawer a perfect for notions5
I love my new vanityElisabetI love my new vanity desk , I have more drawers and space5
Just what I neededLISAThe Alex box was heavy but it went to gether really easily and the top and legs were a pice of cake. I have not attached them yet, I'm playing with where I want it an so its easier to move without them attached yet!5
writing deskannaI love it, it made my room looks much fancier.5
Nice little deskKarenThis is a great desk for the price but parts of it were pretty difficult to put together.4
Perfect size deskKarenWe were looking for a desk for the bedroom turned office. This was perfect. Although the legs we wanted were out of stock, these are still fine. The Alex drawers are well made and slide flawlessly. A bit time consuming to put together, but the construction was not hard - even for a 60 yr old woman. Very happy with yet another IKEA purchase.5
Easy set up and perfect desk!MELANIEThis desk is so convenient to have, easy set up and fits perfect!5
Outstanding DeskMelanieI’ve purchased 2 of these and I couldn’t be happier. Very easy to put together. If you are looking for an inexpensive solution this is your desk.5
Nice Desk - Easy to assembleStephenAssembly took a couple of hours, but went smoothly, overall. (The only issue I had was of my own doing - I dropped a couple of the mid-sized nuts into the wrong holes and it took a few minutes to dig them back out).5
Drawer covering not gluedLYNNThe back of the two smallest drawers plastic covering was not glued down and was rippled. I needed the desk so we just replied but couldn’t remove the rippled.3
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