Currant Bookshelf
  • Currant Bookshelf
  • Currant Bookshelf
  • Currant Bookshelf
  • Currant Bookshelf

Currant Bookshelf

Manufactured by: Greenington
FINISH: Group: +$0.00
selected FINISH: Caramelized

Group: +$55.00
selected FINISH: Black Walnut ( +$55.00 )

$1,014.75
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Description

Library shelving to anchor your entry, living room, office or kitchen, with open styling that puts your books and treasures on display. Simple and elegant, the unique design of the Currant shelf will beautifully organize your space.


Beautifully finished on all four sides, the Currant shelves stack five high for tons of storage. Each shelf is smoothly rounded at each end, inside a tall tapered solid bamboo frame.


Expertly crafted in earth friendly solid bamboo. No stain is used in the caramelized finish - the color is achieved through the process of caramelizing the natural sugars in the bamboo with heat and pressure. Variation in grain and color enrich the natural beauty of bamboo furniture and make each piece unique. Slight differences in bamboo shade colors are signs that the furniture has been crafted from solid bamboo and is considered a benchmark of quality.


The Currant shelf makes it easy for you to promote sustainability in a lovely, classic and functional way in your home.


Greenington strives to ensure that their products represent quality, style and elegance; that’s why they use only the best materials, work with only the best craftsmen and provide the best service. Both their classic and exotic collections are manufactured using the same 100% solid Moso bamboo.


Currant Bookshelf Dimensions:
  • 47 x 13.5D x 62H”

Features:
  • Crafted in 100% solid Moso bamboo
  • No plywood, particle board, or MDF
  • Eco-friendly, sustainable resource
  • 20% harder than Red Oak
  • Beautifully finished on all four sides
  • Eco-friendly and rapidly renewable, Moso bamboo is a grass that reaches maturity in 5 years or less and releases nearly 35 percent more oxygen back into the atmosphere


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