Bookcases, bookcases, and more bookcases. Bookshelf, bookshelf
Whether you need one bookcase for the corner of a bedroom or an entire library, we have something for everyone and everywhere. Maple, pine, cherry, or oak. Most of our bookcases can be made to group together.
We will show you how to get a built-in look at 1/2 the price.
Corner bookcases maximize use of your space without sacrificing style. These can be made in a variety of woods and styles to fit any decor. You pick the color. Doors, drawers, glass shelves, lighting, and complementing wall units can provide a complete custom look at a fraction of the price.
Can be flush cut for grouping
solidly constructed, open backs
can be grouped together
Sides available with no cut-out
standard heights of 3, 4 and 5'
custom sizes and finishes available
Available w/factory finish
21.5 w x 69.25 h x 13.5 d
35.5 width available
Additional shelf behind door
This one measures 28.5 x 83.25 x 11
Can be placed horizontal or vertical
Solid wood under $300
Compare to Pottery Barn, which is constructed of "pine, pine veneers, MDF, and particle board." and often sell for 3-5 times the price
Here's a 3 cube particle board cubby they sell for $299 ON SALE!!
Solid pine 3/4" tongue and groove back
Available in many factory paints and stain finishes, unfinished or custom finished
Styling can be changed
Shown factory finished in Autumn Wheat
Eight factory finishes or do any way you choose
40 x 11.75 x 55
A 3/4" tongue and groove inset back makes these sturdier than the walls in your house.
Options include eight factory finishes
Sides can be straight instead of scallop
While most of our bookcases can be ordered made to fit together, the flush sides make joining side by side a snap.
Doors and drawers can also be added
Why shop elsewhere?
The Barn w/Pottery first describes this $519.00 bookcase as "sturdily built with a solid hardwood frame..."
When clicking the description, they then say: "Solidly constructed with an MDF frame, and veneers over MDF."
Huh!! Could they at least include the "hardwood frame"?
How about a 100% TRULY solid wood, TRULY solidly constructed bookcase in nearly an identical style and size for $149.00 !!
(For the additional $370.00 they charge, we'd consider gold plating it.)