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WASHINGTON HEIGHTS 22 in. Open Top Bookcase

Parker House
WASHINGTON Collection

Features

  • Multi-step long lasting finish
  • Levelers included to easily level and align your furniture
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting with 3-way touch dimmer button
  • Adjustable glass shelves with wood edges allow light to flow through highlighting

Quick Specs

  • Type: Bookcases
  • Width: 22 in."
  • Height: 94 in."
  • Depth: 15.5 in."

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Create your dream library wall with the addition of this 22-inch open top bookcase from Washington Heights. Perfect for storage and display, it features a rich Washed Charcoal finish and updated traditional styling.



Finish: Washed Charcoal
Material: Poplar Solids / Birch Veneers

Features

  • Multi-step long lasting finish
  • Levelers included to easily level and align your furniture
  • Energy-efficient LED lighting with 3-way touch dimmer button
  • Adjustable glass shelves with wood edges allow light to flow through highlighting
  • Wood Door
  • NOTE: The lights on this bookcase require the LTKIT#599 touch control box to function. This kit must be ordered separately. The LTKIT#599 will control from 1-10 LED lights on a connected library wall.
  • Each piece of Parker House furniture is unique and features slightly different colorations. Finish colors vary depending on the screen used for viewing. The best way to ensure your furniture matches your expectations is to see it (or a swatch) in person.
Product
Width 22 in.
Depth 15.5 in.
Height 94 in.

Quick Specs


  • Appearance

  • Type: Bookcases
  • Width: 22 in."
  • Height: 94 in."
  • Depth: 15.5 in."

Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.

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