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Nexera Furniture 563 Wall Street Five Shelf Storage Unit
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I bought this to use for storage in an old kitchen that has literally no cabinets. Can't quite afford the $5,000 to $10,000 it w
ould cost to install some, so I make do by getting creative with free-standing and vintage pieces. One thing I like about this cabinet is that its width is about the same as the depth of my refrigerator, so I set the cabinet with its back against the fridge, and it gives almost a built-in effect (like I said, have to use some imagination). Would be even better if it was the same height as the fridge, but you can't have everything. (At least, I can't.) I've attached a pic. The other thing I really liked about this cabinet was the assembly -- I've put together many "knock-down" type pieces in my day, and they can really be a nightmare. But this one was very cleanly and precisely drilled, all the holes and hardware matched up perfectly and went together easily, the doors adjust as they should, and bless 'em, nothing was missing from the box. It's about as good as cheap furniture gets, and it's sturdy and looks really nice. A couple of cautions: The way the shelf holes are drilled, to use all five shelves you'll need to place two of them fairly close together -- I put smaller items like pot lids and pizza pans on mine. Also, it's pretty easy to damage it in the assembly process, especially if you're a little off when nailing on the back panel (I always hate that part), or if you bump it on anything in the process. But handle it carefully and you should be very happy with this item.
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