Cube Sheesham Hardwood Bookcase - Large with 4 Shelves

+£29.00 standard delivery
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Product description

This large bookcase is made out of solid sheesham hardwood. That gives it a very nice appearance that is sure to be the highlight of any well appointed living room, home office or bedroom. The wood is finished in a rich honey stain. That brings out the colour and natural detail of the grain. It also protects the wood from moisture in the air. The medium brown colour is going to be a nice fit for your home's colour scheme. The bookcase is made with an attention to detail.

On the bottom it rests on four short legs. These keep it stable and ensure that the bookcase won't be easy to knock over. Above that are four separate storage areas. These will be ideal for keeping items like books, candles, decorative items or photographs. Each shelf features an ample amount of space. The top of this bookcase is also flat, which means you'll be able to store even more items here.

Width: 76 cm. Depth: 32 cm. Height: 175 cm.

Product code:CL04
Dimensions:76x32x175cm wxdxh
Wood tones:oak (wood), sheesham (wood)

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DestinationDelivery cost
Mainland UK - standard delivery £29.00
Northern Ireland £90.00
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £90.00
Ireland £90.00
Channel Islands £90.00

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