are both sides finished?
Parker Dark Brown/ Espresso Modern Storage Shelf
A simple, contemporary form makes the perfect blank canvas for displaying your photos, books, and other treasures. This fun but functional modern shelving unit is made with dark brown/ espresso faux wood grain paper veneer over a frame of engineered wood.
ITEM#: 15969890A simple, contemporary form makes the perfect blank canvas for displaying your photos, books, and other treasures. This fun but functional modern shelving unit is made with dark brown /espresso faux wood grain paper veneer over a frame of engineered wood.
- Contemporary shelving unit
- Dark brown /espresso faux wood grain paper veneer
- Engineered wood frame
- Doubles as a room divider
- Wipe clean with a dry cloth
- Set includes: One (1) shelving unit
- Materials: Engineered wood frame
- Finish: dark brown /espresso
- Weight capacity: 150 pounds
- Dimensions(overall): 52.6 inches high x 44 inches wide x 11.5 inches long
|Model Number||FP-6DS-Shelf (3A)|
|Number of Shelf||More than 9|
Questions & Answers
Thank you for shopping with us psalerno22. Yes all the visible surfaces would be finished. Have a great day.
Hi, do you ship to brisbane, Australia? How long does it take? What is the material used? Thankyou
Hello asile, we do ship this item to Australia and it will take 6 to 10 business days. The frame is made of manufactured wood, MDf, and is covered with a dark brown /espresso faux wood grain paper veneer. You will need to place your order through the international site. Information will be on the bottom of the product under Customer Service. Thank you for shopping with us.
What is the depth of the shelves?
Hello guccishane, the shelves are 11.5 inches deep. Thank you for shopping with. .
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