Cherished books and belongings deserve a place in the spotlight, and this glass-fronted bookcase is the ideal staging ground. Half-moon circle overlays add a stylish element to the glass doors, which open to a trio of sturdy wooden shelves within the generous interior. Three hinges on each door ensure smooth movement, and center-mounted pewter-finished knobs deliver a hint of darker contrast. Below, four turnip-silhouette wooden feet add extra height, emphasizing the clean lines of the case from the bottom up.
- A crisp, bright finish, vintage-inspired glass doors, and sturdy shelving define this bookcase
- Second component only; both components are necessary to create finished cabinet
- Three shelves hold books, treasures, and other personal items for secure display
- Glass-fronted doors help protect items inside while still keeping them easily accessible
- A clean white painted finish works well in a variety of decor palettes and room themes
- Understated dark pewter-hued knobs echo the side hinges for a hint of appealing contrast
- Created with sturdy select hardwoods, durable manufactured wood, and glass doors for display
- Assembly required to connect both cabinet components; hardware kit and instructions included
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||42.000" L x 18.000" W x 66.000" H
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