Enhance Your Decor with Elegant CD and DVD Storage Give yourself plenty of storage for movies and CDs while bringing a look of antique elegance to your decor with the French Country Double Media Tower. From the vintage-style details to the fine construction and reliable materials, this home theater furniture is an excellent choice. Make it yours and buy today.Curved panels, beadboard detailing and antique bronze-finished hardware provide vintage charm.Made of solid wood and durable wood composite for dependable quality.Features an elegant, hand-applied finish.
Average Customer Rating:
(3 Reviews) 3
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0 of 3(0%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for FRENCH COUNTRY MEDIA TOWER DBL
Review 1 for FRENCH COUNTRY MEDIA TOWER DBL
Location:Outer Banks, NC
I have owned this product for:a week
Not as expected
Date:December 21, 2010
"The drawers wobble easily and just slide in without rollers. This will only hold CD's and NOT DVD's in their holders. Also you cannot completely fill the drawers otherwise you cannot get the CD's out of the drawer."
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Review 2 for FRENCH COUNTRY MEDIA TOWER DBL
DVDs DO NOT FIT!
Date:September 4, 2009
"Be warned, despite being advertised as dvd storage, standard dvd cases DO NOT fit in these drawers. I ordered two units and had one almost fully assembled before I realized this. I sent the unopened one back and decided to keep the assembled one for other types of storage and went with a different unit for my media storage. Overall it's a nice piece of furniture, it just doesn't do what it's advertised to do."
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Review 3 for FRENCH COUNTRY MEDIA TOWER DBL
Don't get this for your DVDs
Date:August 26, 2009
"Overall I like this item but 3 things would make it much, much better: 1/ If it was just a little bit bigger it would take DVDs in their cases - I can't believe for the sake of a centimeter or so its use is limited to a CD case size 2/ The stupid stickers are so hard to take off and often pull the paint off the wood. You need to be very patient and careful when removing them 3/ If the draws were smooth to open and close - as it is there is some "play" between the draws and housing which means you can bang the housing on closing the draw, which may chip a little paint off over time."