Chicago Media Center

Blu Dot
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Chicago Media Center

$535 Gilt
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Delivery Charge: $110
Due to larger weight and size or special delivery needs, this order is subject to a flat delivery charge, which includes handling, packaging, and transportation of this item. If you are shipping to a US address, this delivery charge will, in most cases, not exceed $199 USD. Free shipping does not apply to this charge.
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Return Policy: This item is final sale and non-returnable.

Chicago Media Center:

  • Designed to hold up to a 42 inch flat screen TV and three components in the central shelf
  • Books, DVDs or CDs can be stored in the towers, while cord control keeps things tidy in the back
  • Hardwood veneer over medium density fiberboard core
  • Powder coated steel tubular legs with levelers
  • Measures 96¼ inches in width by 22 inches in depth by 37 inches in height overall
  • Media center section measures 52 inches in width by 22 inches in depth by 24 inches in height
  • Spot clean
  • Some assembly required

Delivery charge includes delivery to your home, placement of items, and removal of all packing materials. You will be contacted to schedule a delivery time. Please note that this item can not be delivered to Hawaii and Alaska or to PO, FPO and APO boxes.

Material: MDF, steel, wood

Brand: Blu Dot

Origin: Imported

Based in Minneapolis, Blu Dot creates home furnishings that combine classic silhouettes and contemporary design. College friends John Christakos, Charles Lazor and Maurice Blanks (two architects and a sculptor) started Blu Dot out of necessity: They were trying to decorate their first homes and couldn’t find affordable furniture that they actually wanted to buy. Frustrated but inspired, the trio set about creating fun, simple wood and steel pieces inspired by mid-century modernists such as George Nelson, and soon won the hearts and minds of other unsatisfied home decorators. Highlights of their always-evolving collection include sculpture-like bentwood rockers; futuristic floor and table lamps; the Modu-licious series of interchangeable storage units, beds, and tables; and home accessories such as pixelated decorative pillows and 1930s-inspired rugs.