Our elegant Window Pane Media Cabinet lets you keep all your music and movies close to your home entertainment center, with see-through doors. Fixed center shelf adds stability, with four additional adjustable shelves to hold DVDs, collectibles and more. Cabinet can hold up to 330 CDs or 166 DVDs. Tempered glass and hardwood construction. Choose from Cherry or Oak finishes. Imported.
• Large media storage cabinet with glass front doors • Fixed center shelf with 4 adjustable shelves • Holds up to 330 CDs or 166 DVDs
Size 26-1/4"L x 9-1/2"D x 47-3/4"H
Shipping Please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery
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Comments about Product: Top and bottom shelves are NOT adjustable, they are installed at CD height only. Product is particle board (perhaps I should have read closer, but I was expecting something more substantial). Assembly instructions are not clear in each step. We had to dismantle it a few times. I was thinking about purchasing another one, but not now.
Comments about Product: I've been looking in antique stores and thrift shops for about a month for the perfect book shelf with glass doors and I was surprised to finally find it here, online. Assembly wasn't neccessarily hard but it took a long time and was certainly much easier with an extra set of hands. The description says that only the middle shelf is fixed and the others are adjustable but the top, middle, and bottom shelves are actually all fixed. You can only adjust the top middle and bottom middle shelves. The finish is a darker, less red cherry than in the picture which I like a lot better. Overall I'm very pleased with my new bookself.
Comments about Product: This is a beautiful media cabinet. It was difficult for two senior citizens to assemble, but we managed. We have it in our family room. All in all, I love it but it was a pain to put together.
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