Triple Rectangle Plus

Way Basics
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Triple Rectangle Plus

$66
$50 Gilt
Color:
white
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Description
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Inspiring black wood grain bookshelf for the home or office. Organize your closet, bedroom, family, guest or living room with this 3 shelf bookcase.

Easy to put together, easy to move to the spot you need it most, this triple-tiered shelf gives you compact storage in any room you like. In the family room, it holds your DVD library, books, tchotchkes and souvenirs. In a kid's room, it'll organize those toys that usually congregate on the floor. Those are our examples. We know you'll discover your own.

Features:

  • Outside Measures: 11.3"D x 22.8"W x 45.3"H
  • Inside Measures: 11.2"D x 20.9"W x 14.2"H
  • includes white backerboard

Material: zBoard recycled paper

Brand: Way Basics

Origin: Imported

Founded in 2008, California-based furniture company Way Basics specializes in modular, eco-friendly furniture — storage cubes, bookcases, table sets, and more —that’s made entirely of recycled materials and also, in a unique twist, recyclable itself. Constructed of the company’s patented “Zboard,” Way Basics furniture is sleek, modern, and, thanks to an ingenious adhesive design, assembled without tools. The company is also a founding member of the Sustainable Furniture Council, a coalition founded to promote environmentally conscious practices in the design industry, and works with furniture banks around the country to supply goods to those in need.