What is the size of a single cubby - open or cupboard; and size of drawer or open shelf?
White Step Design Bookcase
Make space for vases, books, and other items with this white step bookcase. The bookcase has many shelves and drawers, so you can hide away some objects while displaying others. The stylish bookcase can have right- or left-facing steps.
ITEM#: 14344663Add a stylish touch to your home decor with this white bookcase. A step design with various shelves and drawers offer space to display and store your personal items.
- Materials: Particle board
- Finish: White
- Three open shelves for displaying items
- Four doors for consealed storage
- Two center drawers for extra storage
- Left- or right-facing step design
- Dimensions: (63 inches high x 16 inches wide x 62 inches deep)
|Dimensions||63 inches high x 62 inches wide x 15 inches deep|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Model Number||I 2535|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Number of Shelf||3|
Questions & Answers
Hello lucy70, thank you for your inquiry! The open top cubby is 29 inches long by 15 inches deep and 14 inches high. The bottom shelf unit (both shelves are adjustable): 29.5 inches long by 15 inches deep by 14 inches high (total inner space without shelves) and the closed drawer (inside dimensions): 26 inches long by 13 inches deep and 4 inches high. I hope this helps. Happy shopping!
Hello, we are wondering what the dimensions are, thinking of next to a set of stairs. Overall length and height of each level would be great! Thanks in advance!
Hello buckeyeguy2, This bookcase is stunning! The overall dimensions for the entire unit are 63 inches high x 62 inches long x 15 inches deep. Unfortunately, we don't currently have the measurements of each level. I apologize for the inconvenience. Thanks for shopping with us.
It looks like this storage set only comes with 3 shelves. I see two visible so does that mean there is only one more to put behind the cubes with doors? If so, can you provide manufacturer contact info so I can see if I would be able to order more shelves? Thanks.
Hello setobin, Thank you for your inquiry; you will be contacted by Customer Care.
Is this finished on the back side so that it can be used as a room divider?
Hello jamieinsacramento! I really like this bookcase! Unfortunately, this item is not finished on the back. I apologize for the inconvenience. Thanks for shopping with us.
Does this step design bookshelf come in expresso color?
Thank you for contacting us sheila5. Unfortunately no, this item only comes in White. Please let us know if you have any further question.
Can this be built the other direction so that the lower end is on the bottom left?
Yes, it can be set up to the left or right side.
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