Honeymaze Medium Wood Bookcase
Product number: H1712N-WVB-29483
- Solid Hardwood Construction
- Three or Four Adjustable Shelves
- Decorative Wood Corbels
- Distinct Wood Slat Sides
- Available Unfinished
- Small: 28 W x 14 D x 48 H
- Medium: 28 W x 14 D x 60 H (shown)
Presenting an edgy, nontraditional bookcase. One that’s sure to dress up your living room, den or hallway. And, with its solid hardwood custom construction, the Honeymaze Medium Wood Bookcase is incredibly durable.
In creating the Honeymaze Medium Wood Bookcase, our Amish cabinetmakers pulled out all the stops regarding edgy design. This results in a bookcase with wood slats on both sides. Plus decorative corbels supporting the top. Also, the designers gave the bookcase a tall, narrow stance. They also left the back open. So it’s totally natural for you to admire the empty bookcase. And imagine it decked out with your lovely books and figurines!
How sturdy is the Honeymaze Medium Wood Bookcase? Consider this. The best cabinetmakers in the Midwest are Amish. And these artisans skillfully handcraft each bookcase. However, our builders use solid hardwoods. Like oak, maple, cherry and hickory. Also, they draw from cabinetmaking skills handed down from their ancestors. No wonder the bookcase is so sturdy! In fact, it’s heirloom-quality.
You can order the Honeymaze Medium Wood Bookcase as shown or unfinished. Or, we can customize it to your specs. Your custom options include the wood specie and finish. Also, you can dress up the bookcase even more by adding walnut or ebony inlays.
How to Order the Honeymaze Medium Wood Bookcase
Ready for a quote? Click on the “Customize This Product” link. Also, tell us your choices for hardware, wood specie/finish. Plus other options. To make your selections easier, click on the “Customize” drop-down button. Then check out the options for stains and finishes as well as hardware. In addition, click the “Get Your Customized Quote” button. Live close to Shipshewana, Indiana? Visit our store. And explore our wide assortment of Amish-built furniture for yourself.