It’s here! I’ve been itching to assemble my new Gyomu Ladder Desk (Mini) from Yori ever since it arrived last week, but I only had enough time to do so last Saturday so I made a quick video to document whether it’s easy to build or not. Surprisingly, the 15-minute time limit that Yori printed on its box is possible – that’s if you’ll concentrate on assembling furniture and keep your pets away from you!
This desk can be used as a study or work table, a computer table, a table for your collectibles, a table and book shelf in one, and so on! It’s spacious enough to fit all my important items in one place so I instantly fell in love with the design.
Since I nearly accomplished the 15-minute assembly challenge, here’s a quick explanation of what you’ll need to do in order to assemble your Yori table with ease and without committing the same mistakes that I did. It’s been a while since I last assembled something this big so consider this as a small achievement:
You only need to follow six simple steps and then you’re done! The Gyomu Ladder Desk (Mini) costs Php 2,495 but there’s a taller version within the Php 3,000 price point.
In case you’re looking for shelves or other table designs, you can also check our previous post at: A minimalist’s dream come true | YORI DIY furniture now available in these PH stores.
Yori products are available at these SM Home branches in Metro Manila:
- SM Cubao
- SM City North EDSA
- SM City Marikina
- SM City Novaliches
- SM City Makati
- SM Mall of Asia
- SM Southmall
- SM City Fairview
- SM Aura Premier
- SM City Bicutan
- SM Megamall
- SM City BF Paranaque
- SM City Manila
It’s also available online at www.ShopSM.com, just search for YORI! You can also call 09175167539 or 09190682645, Mondays to Sundays, 8AM to 5PM for orders.
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