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60" Flat Top Bookcase (Lt. Honey) 60" Flat Top Bookcase (Lt. Honey)

60" Flat Top Bookcase (Lt. Honey)
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SKU: 188852

$349.97 reg. $399.00

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Our Flat Top Bookcase is designed to work as a stand-alone piece or banked together for a wall of storage. Ideal for a playroom, basement or bedroom. Each bookcase features two adjustable shelves, one fixed bottom shelf and roomy storage bin at the base. Each shelf includes wire management cutouts.

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60 Flat Top Bookcase (Lt. Honey) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sturdy and Deep This was really easy to put together and just feels solid. I was really happy with it. I bought one in espresso to go with our living room/playroom and one in light honeyfor my son's room.  Both went together in 30 minutes with only a screwdriver.  If we want to get more they will line up flush side by side so we can add more as he gets older.This was also the deepest bookshelf I could find.  We have a lot of really cool large picture books that are too tall and/or wide for a standard 12" bookshelf.  Its a little too deep for chapter books, but then again there is room for more of my son's 'stuff'  on the shelf.The only reason it got 4 Stars instead of 5 is that the brackets for the adjustable shelves are meant to be screwed in once the shelves are in place.  However, trying to screw them in, upside down, without any predrilled holes, was really laughable.    Still trying to decide whether I want to commit to a permanent  putty or rubber cement to keep them from being lifted accidentally.
Date published: 2013-09-01
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