I WANT TO ORDER THE BOOKSHELF # 10099563 BUT I CANNOT GET IT TO CLICK ON THE RED BOOKSHLF. IT IS ONLY TAKING THE BURGANDY. DOES THIS MEAN IT IS OUT OF ALL OF THE REDS?
I bought this in 2010, so I don't know if it's still easy to get, but it has lasted very well and is a fun and functional piece.Perfect for any anglophile!...
Add a touch of traditional British flavor to your home, office, or dorm room with this Phone Booth Media Cabinet. This cabinet features a medium-density fibreboard construction, ensuring stability and durability. The five media-storage shelves provide more than enough space for your books, magazines or DVDs. The clear, acrylic windows provide visual access to the content stored within, while serving as a dashing addition to its traditional, yet peculiar, style that is sure to make for an interesting conversation starter for your guests.
- Constructed of durable mdf
- Unique phone booth design in a rich burgundy finish
- Accented by clear acrylic windows
- Five media storage shelves
- Holds CDs, DVDs, VHS tapes, books, and more
- Can hold up to 136 DVD's or 290 CD's
- Measures 44.5 inches high x 14.13 inches wide x 14.63 inches deep
|Shelf Type||Media Cabinets|
|Tags||Beautiful Elegant Quality Sturdy Value|
|Dimensions||44.5 in. H x 14.13 in. W x 14.63 in. D|
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I bought this in 2010, so I don't know if it's still easy to get, but it has lasted very well and is a fun and functional piece.Perfect for any anglophile!Read More
I LOVE this piece! It holds a lot of DVDs and looks AMAZING! Good quality, great form, great function.Read More
Love this little piece of furniture! It is very cute. We have had it for over a year now, and it is holding up great. Adds a lot of character to the room.Read More
I purchased this as a gift for a friend and she loves it. I hired a handy person to assemble it for her and it went well.Read More
Easy to assemble, quality material and great color. Good buy.Read More
I am very happy with this little phone booth. The color is beautiful and people always remark favorably on it when they come in. Stores an amazing amount of stuff--DVDs, CDs, books, videos, whatever, and there are even a couple of hidden shelves where I keep stuff I don't necessarily want on display. We are very pleased with it. Brightened up our living room!Read More
This product certainly creates a talking point when we have guests! Our only disappointment was that it holds two rows of CDs on each shelf but you can't see the back row so you have to move out the first ones to access those kept at the back. I looked everywhere for baskets to fit the shelves and found nothing so my husband ending up making some. It is a good product but could be designed better to store more CDs and DVDs.Read More
The cabinet is well made, easy to put together and looks great next to a black TV and TV stand. The instructions are easy to follow and only requires about 45 minutes for a solo assembly. The reason I gave this an average review is the that description of it being able to hold 136 DVD's is very misleading. It probably will hold that many, but only if you put them in 2 rows deep. The problem with that is you can't see the second row of DVD's without pulling out the first row. Kind of a pain and I will probably keep trying to find something els that looks this good in my living room but holds more DVD's and Xbox games.Read More
We had originally seen the cabinet in a catalogue, but the dimensions weren't listed and the price was much higher than Overstock's. In general, the cabinet is easy to assemble and was shipped quickly, but it is more cute than functional. The cabinet is narrow and holds less than you'd expect from a media storage container, but it is very unique and looks nice. I like it because of the unique look, but if you are looking for sturdy and roomy, this isn't for you. As always Overstock's shipping was cheap and quick so no problems there.Read More
We ordered two and are very pleased. I am tempted to order a third. The assembly directions were very clear and the materials exceed expectations. I think that they are engineered to last. There was a minor challenge with assembly of one unit; a dowel hole was not deep enough, but my husband bore it with a drill bit & it worked just fine. The second unit was AOK, no problem, so I don't think one needs to anticipate issue. They are very cute. We are using them to hold DVDs in the family room. Shelves are deeper than most media storage units, so you can store something behind or in front on the shelf.Read More
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