Dimensions: 39.5W x 15.75D x 75H in.
Hand assembled from solid mahogany and composite wood
Semi-gloss white finish
4 shelves for ample storage space
3 chest of drawers
Great for smaller places, the Nova Solor Halifax Bookcase gives your home a look of simple elegance that you’ll love. Combining the charm of the French countryside with the coastal style of the Eastern seaboard, this bookcase gives you ample storage space for your books and decorative items. Hand assembled from solid, kiln-dried mahogany and MDF, the semi-gloss white finish features a light distressing which gives the bookcase a rustic touch. Four shelves are perfect for your favorite novels and trinkets while the three drawers give you space for those items you like to have close at hand but not out in the open. The antique brass hardware provides the perfect finishing touch and gives this bookcase a classic look that goes with almost any decor.
About Nova Solo
An international journey resulted in more than just some colorful anecdotes for Bo Lauritzen, co-founder of Nova Solo. For Bo, a trip to Java inspired a line of home furniture that's of superior quality and competitively priced. Since its inception in 1996, Nova Solo has expanded its horizons from its home office in Indonesia to include subsidiaries in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Bo's home country, Denmark. Worldwide warehouses help to ensure shipping is fast and efficient to all customers. Cutting-edge designs, dedicated employees, and affordable products are the foundations upon which Nova Solo is based.
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Return & Exchange Policy
You may return most new, unused, and resalable items in their original packaging for a refund or exchange within 30 days of the delivery date.
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Q: Are the given measurements for widest point to widest point. For example, the depth is listed as 15.75. Is that the depth of the top(molding edge to the back of the piece)?