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What makes the perfect bookcase? | Fortune Woods

A bookcase needs to be strong, durable and safe. The perfect bookcase combines these requirements in an elegant design that produces a stylish piece of furniture, both visually attractive and a delight to run your fingertips over. A perfect bookcase is almost a man-made contradiction, simple and utilitarian on the one hand, a thing of beauty on the other.

Such a combination of...

Solid Oak Bookcase

This Mission style Oak Bookcase is perfect for storing your books, DVDs or CDs. It's sturdy solid oak construction will last for years. You can find this oak...

hanznelson19 hanznelson19 says:
How heavy is a six foot oak bookcase?
I'm looking at one online, its solid oak and is 6ft. tall, 3ft. wide and 13in. deep, any estimates on how heavy that might be?
that depends on your books & you .how much book then how much take it space in bookcase.

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