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Espresso Mission Style 4-Tier Wood BookcaseEspresso Mission Style 4-Tier Wood Bookcase

Espresso Mission Style 4-Tier Wood Bookcase

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$9699

Additional features Top shelf: 13.25H inches 2nd shelf from top: 14H inches 3rd shelf from top: 14H inches Bottom shelf: 14H inches This attractive Mission Style 5-Tier Wood Bookcase is a real stunner for any home and blends well in both traditional and contemporary decors. Its beautiful Mission design features slatted sides and an open back for an airy look and feel. Constructed of solid rubberwood and covered with solid wood veneers this bookshelf has a rich espresso lacquered finish. Four shelves offer plenty of storage for books DVDs CDs and more. Shelves are made of MDF: a dense warp-resistant engineered wood chosen for its lasting strength and stability. This sturdy durable bookshelf is an ideal addition to any room in your home. Assembly required. Dimensions: 29.5W x 12D x 63H inches.The Beauty and Benefits of RubberwoodHailing from the maple family of trees the rubber tree is used in the manufacture of high-end furniture. This durable Asian hardwood is valued for its dense grain minimal shrinkage attractive color and acceptance of different finishes. It is also prized as an ""environmentally friendly"" wood as it makes use of trees that have been cut down at the end of their latex-producing cycle.