Do you know if this is made by Southern Enterprises? And is it the same as Southern Enterprises MS1071T? I cannot the manufacturer or product number in the description. Thanks.
Espresso Sliding Door Media Storage Cabinet
Use this elegant media storage cabinet to add functional style to your living room, bedroom, or dining room. With plenty of space for storing books, DVDs, games, and more, this espresso-finished cabinet would look great with traditional decor.
ITEM#: 10691580Use this elegant media storage cabinet to add functional style to your living room, bedroom, or dining room. With plenty of space for storing books, DVDs, games, and more, this espresso-finished cabinet would look great with traditional decor. The cabinet has a slim profile, and the doors slide to the side, making the cabinet great for small spaces because no additional clearance room is needed for opening doors. The windowpane glass adds a designer touch that protects your books and keepsakes while still providing quick and easy viewing.
- Add an elegant feel to your living room with this beautiful, espresso finish media storage cabinet
- Unique window-paned sliding doors add that final touch of elegance
- MDF construction with birch veneer
- Amazing storage capacity of nearly 330 CDs or 166 DVDs
- Slender build provides easy fit in any room
- 48.75 inches tall x 31.75 inches wide x 9.25 inches in diameter
|Dimensions||48.75 in. H x 31.75 in. W x 9.25 in. diameter|
|Materials||MDF, birch veneer, tempered glass|
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets|
|Number of Shelf||6|
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I bought this cabinet two years ago and absolutely love it. It has held up nicely overly the two years (I keep it pretty well packed) and it survived a move. I have not had any problems with the shelves or doors. The color is a darker cherry - so if you are looking for more of a brown then this is not for you. It took me around an hour to put together. As stated before, the top and bottom shelves are fixed cd sized shelves (each holds approx 60 cds). That leaves up to 4 DVD shelves (which each hold approx 45 single DVD cases). You could have 4 cd shelves and 3 DVD shelves if you so wish.Read More
This is an attractive piece of furniture, but not useful for my original plans. This cabinet came up in my search for a bookcase. Absolutely, NOT for books. Shelves aren't deep enough for that.Read More
This is a lovely piece of furniture. I was a bit disappointed that two of the shelves are fixed in place and are CD sized. The DVD's on those shelves are laid on their sides. I was impressed that two extra shelves were included so it could be used to store CDs instead of DVD's. There was a small chip on one end of a board but it's on the bottom inside so it doesn't show. Also the back board halves are different, but since it's up against the wall that didn't create a problem.Read More
I have purchased two of these video cases. The cherry wood color is true and beautiful. The doors slide easily. It took less time to put together than to do my hair. Only draw back for me was the fixed shelves. They're made for CD's and I need DVD and VCR sized shelves, but since there are four other shelves it works, and looks good.Read More
We are so pleased with this cabinet. I was able to put it together while my toddler took her afternoon nap, and stock all the shelves with our CDs. It looks beautiful in our dining room and matches our furniture perfectly. I was happy to see that the packaging was not excessive, and was adequate to protect the pieces during shipment. The price could not be beat.Read More
I am very disappointed with this product! It is very flimsy and poor quality. My husband and I do not feel comfortable keeping this in our family room, since we have young children. We are worried that with its flimsiness that it might fall on them. The on-line photo is very misleading and makes it look like it holds more items then it does. It is not worth the price we paid for it. We are returning this product.Read More
Comes in may pieces, but not too hard to put together. Overall very satisfied.Read More
At first, I absolutely loved this piece, though slightly darker than I thought- it looked elegant. It's narrower (depth) than I expected which works perfectly, saves floor space. Holds about 40-45 ps3 games per shelf, we installed 3 (adjustable) shelves, leaving 2 extra shelves we aren't using because it would make shelves too short. Two shelves are fixed- the top and bottom which was surprising. If these weren't there I probably could add another shelf for more movies/games. The two fixed shelves aren't high enough to accommodate standing DVDs, games but it did work to have them lying down so I am using them for the few movie sets (trilogies, etc), and tv series we have. The sliding glass and wood doors look great but here's where my review changes. They are so difficult to slide open and close after a few weeks of use! My husband took the doors off and noticed a broken wheel so I just contacted customer service to replace it. Hopefully this does the trick because I have to force the doors open and close which makes retrieving and storing games and movies a frustrating experience. If it wasn't for this issue I would give it 5/5 rating. Right now, it's about 3/5. Oh and FYI, the metal grooves to open and close the doors are a bronze color (not silver) which I didn't expect but doesn't bother me too much. Also, my husband said assembly was really difficult, instructions were just wrong in some cases...Read More
Very happy with the purchase. It's exactly what we were looking for. It took about a hour to put together. One screw of the four that attach to base was the wrong size, but we got it figured out. Otherwise no issues.Read More
This may not be a solid wood item but it is very nice and easy to put together. Overall a great value and a wonderful addition to our home. One piece was broken during shipment and the company sent a replacement immediately which was a bonus.Read More
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