Multimedia storage cabinet with 36 adjustable shelves

Did you realize that you have a lot of CDs and DVDs and no place to store them? It means you need a media storage cabinet and we have just the thing for you. With a beautiful cherry finish for a traditional look and 36 adjustable shelves, this piece is perfect for storing all your CDs and DVDs.

Multimedia storage cabinet with 36 adjustable shelves

The cabinet has a sturdy structure made from wood composite, covered with wood veneer and featuring nickel hardware and a very beautiful and elegant cherry finish. It has sliding doors for easy access and 36 adjustable shelves ready to be filled with you collections. The cabinet can store up to 1400 CDs, 627 DVDs or 392 VHS.

The dimensions of this product are 61.75 ” H x 63.0 ” W x 9.44 ” D, it weights 230.0 Lb. and it has a traditional design that can be easily integrate in almost any décor. You can buy the media cabinet for the price of $629.99. It would probably look best in the living room where it’s also a functional location because the CDs and DVDs can be easily accessed and used. However, it can also be placed in the bedroom or media room, if you have one. The cabinet was designed for CDs and DVDs but the remaining space can also be used to store other small items like collectibles.Available for $629,99.

Published by in Furniture, on September 14th, 2011


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