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February 3, 2006

Secret Bookcase


No visible hardware, 16" wide and just the thing to keep your eyes–only stuff in.

From the website:

    Hide your music and movies inside this pedestal stand

    Don't clutter shelves with video and CD boxes — keep them out of sight and neatly organized inside this pedestal cabinet.

    With a plant, photo, pottery or sculpture on top, it wil blend into the room like any piece of fine furniture.

    But behind its "secret" door, this stand stores up to 336 CDs, 144 DVDs or 80 VHS tapes!

    At slightly over three feet tall, it won't overpower the room and gives everyone in the family easy access to their favorite movies and music.

    No visible hardware for a clean, streamlined look; the door opens easily without handles.

    Each side has one fixed and four adjustable shelves.

    Made of MDF board with a rich cherry veneer finish.

    16"W x 13.5"D x 38.5"H.


But wait a minute — if it "gives everyone in the family easy access" then where's the fun of having a secret?

I say tell no one.

I mean, you know you can trust me so if you can stay mum then it's all good.



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