Drawers You Can Actually Reach to the Back

10956_naturalWritingDesk_67 72Most of us have been there – you are sitting behind a desk working or studying. Suddenly you realize you need to get something inside the desk drawer located in the back of it. You pull the drawer open, but it only opens so far. You stretch and contort your arm to try to reach it. You even try to open the drawer further but it only comes out so far. Your arm is in pain because you have had to do acrobatics just to get the item you needed. University Loft Company drawers are not like that. We have desk and dresser drawers you can actually reach to the back and pull out what you need. Here is why:

Full-extension drawer glides!

You can get into your drawer and reach for what you need without hindrances. And you won’t hurt your arm. The drawers extend fully without falling off the track.

Drawer design and ball bearing construction

University Loft Company has designed the drawers with a three-section, ball bearing construction. These amazing drawers can contain up to 100 pounds. If you need to fill it with many important items, no worries, it is just like everything else Uloft makes – strong and durable. With University Loft desk and dresser drawers you can actually reach to the back. University Loft Graduate Series Solid Wood Student Desk

To find out more about our college furniture, have a look at our catalogs. If you have questions, one of our skilled staff members is ready to help you. Just give us a call at 1-800-423-LOFT (5638) or contact us online. We would love to work with you to make sure your furniture shopping experience is a pleasurable one.

As a leader in the furniture industry, University Loft Company continues to create products that befit the needs of universities, military housing and family housing. CEO and founder, James Jannetides’ infectious positivity drives the company to developing more innovative products. His wisdom and vision is one to follow and has been a wellspring of inspiration and encouragement to many through the years.

Until next time ~ Ginger Bock