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Spine Wall White Book Shelves
Display your cherished photographs and organize your books in this modern white book shelf. Perfect for smaller spaces, the simple-line design displays five wall-mounted shelves to save floor space and it's made from wood for added durability.
ITEM#: 13698777These Spine Wall book shelves feature a space saving design while remaining stylish and functional. This simple line design provides storage and display space for all your favorite books and decorations.
- Color: White
- Frame materials: Wood
- Finish: White
- Space saving design
- Number of shelves: Five (5)
- Dimensions: 37.75 inches high x 8.75 inches wide x 9.5 inches deep
Assembly required. This product ships in two (2) boxes.
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||5|
|Product Features||Adjustable Shelving|
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This is the first product I purchased from O that I am not happy with! Wood had small split on spine, the joints were difficult to connect. The wall screws were very short and cannot support the weight of what the photo shows. The anchor bolts are not suitable to fasten properly to the wall and the screws do do match longer screws if you want to attach longer crews. It was too much trouble to return after you put it together. Bottom-line: Junk.Read More
The shelves themselves are adequate quality. No damage, and they have already lasted me about a year with no problems. As the previous review mentioned, though, the included screws/mounting equipment were essentially useless...definitely would not hold up these shelves. I had to go buy my own. Perhaps a bit overpriced, but overall, I like the shelves.Read More
It appears to be good quality, easy to hang and the shelves fit the items that we intended to display. So it is a winner!Read More
I absolutely loved this design when I saw it and was quite excited when in came in the mail. However the material itself it relatively soft and a few of the shelves had minor damage- nothing I couldn't live with. But when it came to the spine that what a whole other matter. The packaging itself was slightly damaged so I wasn't too surprised when it showed pressed marks and a few nicks. I contacted customer service (which was excellent) and they immediately sent out another spine. When this one came in it had sporadic damage as well with absolutely no damage to the outside packaging leading me to believe all the damage has been done prior to shipping out of the warehouse. I'm not sure it is worth $XX so be wary if you are have high quality expectations for this product. I'm still debating if I should just give up and send everything back.Read More
I bought this to display my son's large Lego creations in his room. Each shelf will hold a large creation such as a plane, large race car, etc. Now his work is protected and displayed for his enjoyment rather than sitting around in his room or on a low bookshelf where it can be damaged or reached by little brother. :-) I wish I could attach a photo to share how awesome it looks! In fact, I may decide to buy a second one!Read More
I loved this bookshelf so much that I purchased a second one. Both look great in our master bedroom. Very, very happy with these and would definitely recommend them!Read More
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