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***Unfortunately the supply of this upcycled material is coming to a close and I only have one of these beauties left!***

This cabinet shelving unit is a part of the port rhombus democratic design series entitled "mondo". The series features odd and fun forms and proportions with signature orange stain, white trim and natural poplar. They showcase quality craftsmanship at affordable prices. These cabinets utilize scraps from CNC production to be economical as well as eco-sensitive (as such small details may vary). It's built entirely from a furniture grade poplar plywood to last. The finish is a water based dye stain which is further sealed with a staining sealer to help protect against water damage. Features rounded top corners for an aesthetic effect as well as general safety.

Overall dimensions are approx. 16"x26"x10". The inside dimension of the lower space is is 12" tall and that of the upper space is 10" tall. Simple, fun and most important - unique quality handmade furniture for cheaper than the junk you can buy at Target. Furniture grade plywood and permanent joinery will make this piece last for a really long time. Padded feet on this guy keeps you from damaging your floor or your new furniture.

The unit is shipped assembled: having strong, permanent joinery raises the quality and extends the life of the unit.

Thank you for looking and be sure to view my other products.

Inspired CABINET SHELVING - Bookshelf, Night Stand, Storage, Shelf, - Modern, Fun, Orange


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: furniture grade poplar ply, dye stain, poly sealer, edging
  • Only ships within United States.
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