Stylishly display your books and media collection with the Robie Mission Media Cabinet. Wooden furniture features a red oak finish and intriguing mission design. Ideal for storage, the media cabinet contains drawers, a large shelf, and four smaller adjustable shelves. 24"Wx14"Dx52"H, 82 lbs.
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• Storage for your books, movies, or CDs
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Enhance the style of your home with the beautifully crafted and expertly designed Robie Mission Furniture Collection. Versatile accents fit contemporary, modern decor as well as classic themes. Wooden furnishings feature a warm, red oak finish, intriguing mission design, and hardwood veneers. Metal hardware has an antique bronze finish.
Keep your collection of books, movies, or CDs all in one area with the Media Cabinet. Furnishing, ideal for storage, has a large shelf and four smaller adjustable ones. Two large drawers and three smaller drawers keep items neat. Full assembly required. Robie Media Cabinet is a Touch of Class(R) design exclusive!
Please note: We regret that we are unable to ship this item to California addresses. This item does not meet California codes. It may be purchased by a customer from any other state.
Robie Mission Media Cabinet is wooden; hardware is metal.
Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Do not use polishes, chemicals, or abrasives.
Robie Mission Media Cabinet measures 24"Wx14"Dx52"H; weighs 82 lbs.
Two large drawers are each 19.5"Wx10.75"D.
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Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)
What I thought would be an assembly job of a couple hours, max, turned into a weekend project.
According to the relatively-decently-translated minimalistic instructions, it looked as if putting it together would be doable snap-together cabinet. Silly me, I realize now that if I order another one (which I am considering, as they make into a nice piece of furniture), I must be prepared to measure centers on all the end pieces, and drill starter- holes for each lag bolt. Then came the Drawers of Doom! Way too much measuring, drilling, and fitting to do. Way too much work for drawers that won't hold DVDs or CDs. I intend to put tiny gee-gaws in the drawers, so as to utilize their limited capacity.
On the other hand, it's all wood, and no fiberboard. It is an attractive accent piece and a useful DVD holder, for all I complained about. As I mentioned, I am considering purchasing another - now that I know what to expect, the next assembly will be slow, but much easier. I feel I got excellent value for my