Curved Wooden Shelves with 12 Open Front Storage Surfaces
These curved wooden shelves provide modern furniture designs without the hassle of a difficult set up. No hardware is required to assemble the interlocking boards which ships and stores flat. Equipped with 12 partitioned storage areas, these contoured wooden shelves provide 4 central bordered cubbies and 8 open side surfaces to display featured products. Allowing for versatile usage, these modern furniture bookcases are ideal for retail merchandise, home décor, salon supplies, or luxury items. A black melamine finish provides a durable and sleek rack to showcase merchandise. Position the wooden shelves independently or purchase multiple storage units to create intricate wave designs when arranged together.
Please Note: A rubber mallet is needed for assembly and disassembly.
Overall Width x Height x Depth
33.9" x 60.1" x 17.5"
Shelf Width x Depth
33.9" x 9.9"
Melamine, MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard)
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I was a little nervous about ordering these based on some of the reviews I read, but I loved the curved shelves and thought they'd look perfect for my small retail space. They do look very nice but make putting the pieces together a little tricky. My husband and 15 year old son used a mallet to bang them into place. Without any provided glue the top shelf is not fully secured but when we moved them we just didn't grab them by that shelf. Altogether it took them 1/2 an hour to put 2 of these together. I have also received several compliments from clients about how much they like them. If I ever expand my retail space, I would definitely order more. Love the fact that I can place product on all sides!
By James Pachence
on June 25, 2019
Right out of the box, this item looked scuffed and nicked. But we needed to assemble the shelving for a trade show - and the bottom 1/3 cracked off during the assembly. We contacted Displays2Go, and they decided to stick us with this piece of ****. As I mentioned to customer service (or lack there of), I intend to let all my folks in the trade show community how I now feel about Displays2Go. Not good, guys. You lost at least one customer over this.
I bought this curved unit for my studio to create a reading nook. It has worked brilliantly... not too high, not too wide, yet sturdy and stable. I use it for books, and even large art books are accommodated. You will need two people to assemble this unit. Work the shelves onto one long panel at a time, hammering back and forth at each point like playing a xylophone. Keep the long panel as perpendicular to the floor as possible as you hammer. The unit is heavyish once assembled and somewhat awkward to move, so assemble near where you plan to place it. That said, two people can readily move it. Hope this helps you.
Beautiful display stand. Awesome design... problem is that it’s impossible to put together.. and when you finally jimmy rig it together you’ve scraped so much paint and cracked the wood you’ve ruined it. All of he reviews on this product mention the difficulty in putting it together.... be warned