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Urban Classic Bookcase

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It was as easy as one-two-three to pick out my favorite bookcase.

Urban Classic

I’m at a point in my house where I need vertical storage. I looked at several bookcases and decided this style really fit me. I love the color, Salt Oak and those name plates were made just for me.

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Do you know how hard it is to find a tall bookcase while you’re out thrifting…well nearly impossible for me.

This one was a no-brainer. It’s classic style looks great in my house and I can use it in any room.

It feels vintage, like it’s been around for a while, just like me 😉

But unlike me it’s brand new.

And I put it together by myself, well 99% of it.

One of the greatest feelings as a DIY’er is standing back and looking at your completed project and saying, I did that!

I separated all the parts, and followed the instructions to a T…well I did catch myself almost putting the top where the bottom should have been.

But that’s not too bad for someone who rarely follows directions.

Every large piece was labeled. They came off really easy, that’s a big deal to me.

I put it together right there on the kitchen floor. Barry did help me position and line up each side.

And when it was time to put the backing on, he helped me stand it up.

I decked it out in my summer travel decor with pops of orange and blue.

Those metal name plates just make my day. Like jewelry, the finishing touch.

Can’t wait to decorate it for fall. Maybe I’ll even add more books or baskets.

Give Sauder a visit, I’m sure you will find something you love, just like I did!

Do you have a lack of vertical storage or is it just me?

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