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Babyletto Spruce Tree Bookcase
This children's hardwood tree bookcase combines imagination, creativity, and functionality. Made of poplar hardwood and zero-grade MDF, this tree-shaped bookcase has six branches, each of which can hold roughly 12-15 children's books.
ITEM#: 14245805Children's books always take us to the most charming places. Enjoy that charm and warmth always in your child's room with the cheerful Spruce Tree Bookcase. Not only does it add playful joy to any room, the bookcase also has exceptional functionality, holding roughly 12-15 children's books on each branch, with enough space in between branches to store some of your favorite items. The Spruce Tree Bookcase is crafted from Poplar hardwood and Carb II compliant MDF, and attaches securely to any wall in the house. Finished with high-gloss, low-VOC lacquers, the Spruce Tree Bookcase is a stunning fixture in either forest green or white.
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- Holds 12-15 books per branch
- Hidden hardware construction with included mounting hardware
- Made with poplar hardwood and carb II compliant MDF
- Lead and phthalate safe, non-toxic High-Gloss, Low-VOC Lacquer Finish
|Finish||Green Finish White Finish|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Product Features||Includes Hardware|
|Storage Type||Bookcases and Shelves|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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Bookshelf is absolutely adorable and extremely heavy built.Read More
Nice and heavy. high quality. looks really nice in my sons roomRead More
This tree looks so cute in our son's nursery! If you have a baseboards it becomes a lot more complicated. We build a cubby under it so it would be a little taller and would fit flush against the wall. But Babyletto is also great brand. We accidentally knocked it over before we had it secured to the wall and 2 of the tree limbs broke but we were able to buy 2 replacement arms from Babyletto. Funny, even with the 2 extra arms, it was still less expensive than it would have been from other retailers!Read More
We bought this for our son's nursery. We are still in the prepping stages of the room so we have yet to really test this bookcase out for functionality, but we loved the design, quality, and the lower price thanks to Overstock!Read More
So cute, I love how unusual it is for my little boys room. They love to put stuffed animals on it but it doesn't look junky, it looks modern and fun. LOVE LOVE!Read More
Super cute for toys and such, but isn't as good as I hoped for books because the depth of the shelves is so narrow and there isn't much clearance between branches for taller books (I think 8 inches or so is the max- not enough for most children's books). Also, all the arms are at an angle, so it is awkward for speakers and the like too. Looks great though.Read More
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Cute nursery decor that serves a purpose. Can also be used as the child grows.
I don't see the height mentioned anywhere
Hello memehill, this bookcase is approximately 51.17 inches high x 40.96 inches wide x 5.9 inches deep. It weighs approximately 34 pounds. Thanks for shopping with us!
do you do this in white? Can it be easily painted?
Thank you for your inquiry buster2307, we do not have this item is white but the finish currently is a High-gloss, low-VOC lacquers and we see no reason why this can't be repainted with like paint.
Overstock customer care got their own merchandise answer wrong...they do carry it in white, here is the link: http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Babyletto-Spruce-Tree-Bookcase-in-White/6698614/product.html
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