Building Block 24W Bookcase 2H

Ideal for creating endcaps

Details and Options

  • Choose from 12 exclusive, UV stable, matte finish, powder-coat colors
  • Adjustable shelves
  • 75-pound weight capacity per shelf, evenly distributed
  • Available only on levelers
  • Must be ganged to a 36W unit or a minimum of three 24W units of the same height
  • Laminate and solid wood surfaces available
  • Minimal assembly required 
  • GREENGUARD Gold and HPD Certified
  • Manufacturer’s warranty
  • Made (Well) in the USA
  • Standard lead time of 8 to 10 weeks

Dimensions

24"W x 18"D x 27.5"H with levelers

Color: Jet Black
Jet Black
Perfect White
Cool Charcoal
Slate Blue
Soft Sienna
Ocean Teal
Warm Orange
Fresh Mint
Warm Yellow
True Blue
Deep Green
Warm Stone
Raw Steel

Product Description

We think of our Building Block collection as adult Legos: modular, colorful, and able to be configured in a myriad of functional tableaus.

This 24W Bookcase is ideal to partner with any 36W Building Block unit to create 60W endcaps or in a run of three to create 72W work aisles.

Adjustable shelves and closed backs accommodate publications of all sizes along with objects large and small. Made from durable 18-gauge steel and available in any of Heartworks 12 exlcusive powder-coat colors. Add a unique surface to create your custom look!

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