Monitor Stands

Available with Solid or Perforated Steel

Details and Options

  • Choose from 10 exclusive, UV stable, matte finish, powder-coat colors
  • Made out of 12 GA cold rolled steel
  • Inside usable space 17W x 8D x 3.75H
  • 30 pound weight capacity
  • No assembly required
  • GREENGUARD Gold and HPD Certified
  • Manufacturer’s warranty
  • Made (Well) in the USA

Dimensions

17"W x 8"D x 4"H

    Color: Jet Black
    Jet Black
    Perfect White
    Cool Charcoal
    Ocean Teal
    Warm Orange
    Fresh Mint
    Warm Yellow
    True Blue
    Deep Green
    Warm Stone
    Type: Solid

    Product Description

    If plastic is an object non grata in your workspace, you’ll appreciate Heartwork’s No. 1 Monitor Stand. Made entirely of recyclable steel, this bent 12-gauge stand is evocative of a Donald Judd sculpture - simple, geometric, with unexpected levity.

    With a height of 4,” the No. 1 Monitor Stand is tall enough to take most screens to eye level, and wide enough to stow idle laptops and keyboards underneath. A perforated option has an added degree of visual intrigue, while the distribution of punched holes offers supreme structural strength. Durable, UV-stable powder-coat finishes are meant to last without chipping, flaking, or fading - even in your sunniest spot.

    Customize the color of your monitor riser to match your other Heartwork designs or provide a striking counterpoint.

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