Use one bookcase on its own, or pair it with another bookcase on either side of a fireplace or another focal point. However you use the dramatic Emporium Tall Single Open Bookcase, you are sure to add classic beauty to your room. Hallmarks of craftsmanship like crown molding and thick shelves define this appealing bookcase, while the subtly distressed multi-step dimensional finish in dark smoked oak brings out its details and woodgrain. Thoughtfully placed wire management holes make this piece perfect for modern life. W49" D21" H90"
With the dark smoked oak finish of the Emporium collection, you can create your own emporium of books and treasured objects within your home. Choose one piece or more to develop a one-of-a-kind display with the look of built-in architecture. Burnished and distressed woods with a dark smoked oak finish give this wall system a relaxed yet sophisticated feel. Each coordinating piece features elements like wide door stiles, large European styled hardware, worn elegant finishes, and heavy crown molding and bases. The Emporium collection includes tall open bookcases (single, double, and triple), glass door display cabinets (single, double, and triple), sliding door stack units (in multiple heights and widths), tall storage cabinets that combine bookcases and glass door cabinets, and low credenzas with sliding doors or glass doors. Choose a single piece to fit your space, or combine coordinating pieces to create your own custom room.
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