Description: File Bookcase
Product Description: Stay organized in relaxed vintage style with the Plymouth file bookcase, which can be used as a stand-alone piece in a home office or paired with the Plymouth entertainment base in a living room to create the look of a full entertainment center. This charming bookcase offers a combination of open and enclosed storage, featuring one file drawer that can accommodate letter- or legal-sized hanging files and three long adjustable and removable shelves which provide the flexibility to fit various-sized objects. A distressed graywash finish is accented by a medium brown back panel, while a scalloped base and gunmetal hardware complete the cottage-inspired look.
- Case Good Options: Charming cottage style adds warmth and relaxation to your home. Crafted with acacia veneer and solid rubberwood construction for beauty and durability. Distressed graywash finish with contrasting medium brown back panels provide a well-worn and cozy aesthetic. Scalloped base, paneled accents and molding add warmth and charm. Features hardware with gunmetal finish for an antique look. Three adjustable/removable shelves provide flexibility to accommodate your storage needs. One file drawer accommodates letter- or legal-sized hanging files. Drawers glide on ball-bearings for smooth and reliable performance.
- Product Headline: Warm and Weathered
||34" (86.4 cm) 34 INH
||16" (40.6 cm) 16 INH
||76" (193 cm) 76 INH
||150 lb (67.5 kg) 150 lb
||Adjustable Storage, Removable Storage
||36.76 cu ft
Bookcases / Curios / Cupboards / Armoires
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