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Everett Espresso 6-shelf Bookcase
Upscale and versatile, the 6-Shelf Bookcase is a great addition to your study, office or living room. Six shelves serve to organize and hold household items like books, picture frames, candles and more.
ITEM#: 12702079Upscale and versatile, the 6-Shelf Bookcase is a great addition to your study, office or living room. Six shelves serve to organize and hold household items like books, picture frames, candles and more. Group it with others to create a library wall for even more storage. With its attractive and adaptable design, it?s an invaluable piece in any home. The rich espresso finish makes this laminate bookshelf the perfect addition to a traditional office or a living room full of rich colors. Its six shelves allow you to organize a small book collection by genre, or you can use these shelves to create a beautiful display area for your favorite decorative items. This vertical shelf maximizes storage space while only taking up a small rectangle of your floor space.
- Materials: MDF, composite wood
- Finish: Durable rich espresso laminate
- Constructed from high quality, laminated composite woods
- Ships ready to assemble and includes an instruction booklet
- Assembled dimensions: 77 inches high x 31.5 inches wide x 13 inches deep
- Internal dimensions: 65 inches high x 29 inches wide x 11.5 inches deep
- Proudly manufactured in North America
|Material||Laminate MDF Wood|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||6|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
|Dimensions||13 x 31 x 77|
|Warranty||5 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Materials||Composite Wood / MDF|
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Shelves can't take any weight without warping, the finish is paper on flakeboard. Appearance is OK if you don't look to close. The assembly is typical for mail order.Read More
I bought these bookshelves a few years back and if I had more room I would buy more. I never had good luck finding a decent bookshelf but these are great.Read More
A two-person assembly job. For best results correctly assemble. Anchoring the back for appropriate weight distribution is a must. Adjustable shelves provide lots of book-space.Read More
I would recommend this product to a friend. It was easy to assemble as long as there are two people. The color is beautiful.Read More
Shopped for what seemed to be forever for a tall bookcase that looked nice and was easy on the budget. This met all my needs and didn't break the bank.Read More
Purschaed the TALL bookcase. Arrived in 2 boxes (bottom and top pieces). Put the bottom part together first. Then when I started reading direction to put the top piece together the instructions stated "DISREGARD INSTRUCTIONS FROM PREVIOUS BOX". WHAT?? I was so mad! Wood is cheap, chipped pieces off while tryng to put it together. Instructions are terrible!! If I hadn't messed up on putting the bottom part together first, I NEVER would have known how to put the top part together. Very disappointed!Read More
This bookshelf would look great if it was not so poorly constructed. It uses a latch and dowel system like most unassembled furniture, but most unassembled furniture does not use plastic dowels to hold the front rails on. This one does. And they break off inside the particle board when you try to assemble it. Forget trying to get them out to install replacement ones because any attempt will simply break off chunks of the particle board rendering the bookshelf even more useless than it was before you tried. Further, they give you a single anchor to anchor it to the wall. The screw they give you is not even long enough to make it through the drywall, let alone into the studs like they tell you to. Then they give you a zip-tie to hold it to the wall, but of course that is so lightweight that it would not hold a 5lb picture to the wall, let alone a 70lb poorly constructed wobbly book shelf. If you plan to actually put books on the BOOK shelf, think again. The flimsy plastic shelf holders started to crack as soon as I started inserting a couple books. Do yourself a favor. Do not order this bookshelf. Spend the extra couple hundred dollars and get one made out of real wood and screws.Read More
Was a little disappointed in the quality - it assembled just fine and is now filled with books because we needed somewhere to put them. Didn't match the caliber of the shelf we picked up at *****, next time we will just go there!Read More
It took longer than expected to arrive the bookcase was not as easy to install as it looked like at first. It was easy to mix the parts. that created some dents in the finished bookcase. The backing is uneven and flimsy But all said and done it looks good for the price paid and I got to do it all by myself!!!! I am proud of the result and now I can display all my memorabilia in styleRead More
This bookcase is a piece of trash that now resides in the shed holding junk. I thought I would never place an order at O.com but I forgive and am partly to blame for not shipping it back. But who wants to put a bookcase back in the box and return it.Read More
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I needed a 6 shelf bookcase for use in our den, but it could not be more than 32 inches wide. I also needed it in a darker wood color. This bookcase met all of my requirements, plus it was on sale today! And free shipping too!!
It seemed attractive and it was the right size. Hopefully, it will work out.
What is the weight limit on the shelves?
Hello neslo77, Thank you for inquiring about the Everett Espresso 6-shelf Bookcase. Each shelf can hold approximately 25 pounds. Thank you for shopping with us.
Seems fairly hefty to me. Can't say as though I've weighed the contents, but its done pretty well with books, dvds and decorations.
Are the shelves adjustable to various heights?
This elegant 6-shelf bookcase features an espresso finish and three adjustable shelves.
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It's important to realize that your book shelves and cases can be as chic and trendy as your other furniture. Your shelves can do more than just hold books. Adding a personal touch to your home's book shelves will make them a valuable and pleasant addition to any room. You don't have to add much to your book cases to make them stand out. Below is a list of suggestions on how to decorate book shelves.
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Best Uses for Your Living Room Shelving
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