4D Concepts Hanging Corner Storage, Maple
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- Compact shelf unit for corner installation from 4D Concepts
- Constructed out of PVC laminate and composite wood; espresso finish
- Preinstalled holes on upright panels for mounting to corner walls; with 4 curved shelves
- Assembly required; necessary hardware included
- Measures 11-9/10 inches wide by 11-9/10 inches deep by 53 inches high
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Wonderful spacious corner shelving unit. These 4 curved shelves are beautifully placed to utilize any corner space in the home for your shelving needs. The uprights are predrilled for the screws to attach to the wall. The hardware comes with drywall anchors so all you need is a drill, drill bit, and screwdriver to fasten the unit to the wall. Constructed of composite board and highly durable PVC laminate. Clean with a dry non abrasive cloth. Assembly required.
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|Color||Maple||Walnut||Espresso||Beige||Dark Brown Oak||Brown|
|Item Dimensions||11.88 x 11.88 x 53.13 in||10 x 10 x 49 in||8 x 5.5 x 8 in||7.75 x 48.5 x 7.75 in||7.87 x 7.87 x 49.21 in||7.75 x 7.75 x 49.25 in|
|Material Type||laminate over particle board||Wood||Other||Wood||MDF & LAMINATE||Wood|
Top customer reviews
I can't knock its appearance; it looks plenty good given it's laminate. Assembly was a breeze and took 15–20 mins, no problems with the hardware or the individual pieces. Carrying it about in its assembled state is tricky; I can see someone easily breaking it apart if they didn't grab/support it in the right places. (If it was made with real wood it wouldn't be as unwieldy.) It's in the hanging/attachment that it loses a star. Does anybody have a corner formed by walls that are perfectly perpendicular?? Well we don't. And in that scenario only the anchor surfaces on one side will sit flush on one wall. The other side is a different story. (I'll upload pictures to illustrate.) I chose the side with three anchor surfaces to be the one to sit flush on the wall, figuring that would provide the most support. By the way, I hung this entirely on my own and I don't recommend it! I managed fine, but only by resorting to a few strange yoga poses. I needed my right knee, hips, elbows—pretty much my entire body to hold it up against the wall while marking the drill holes.
Knowing the side with only two anchor surfaces was going to be weird, I only drilled holes for the side with three. Once it was up and flush on that side, I dealt with the weird side: the top surface hovered 5/8" from the wall, the bottom surface 3/8"! (Not noticeable from the viewing direction though.) With that to deal with, no way were the screws they sent long enough. So I traded them out for a couple we had in our stash that were twice as long, and screwed them straight into the wall (no drill holes first). It worked great; that thing is NOT moving. Though I wouldn't sit a small person on any one of these shelves, it will easily support several heavy jar candles and books, small lamps, etc. I wasn't the least bit concerned when I put a heavy bottle of OJ on it, which I did solely to show you the space on the shelves (precisely the height of that bottle).
It appears as though it's made with high-quality materials once it's up. I appreciate that they included little cap stickers to cover the anchor screws. If you're careful to follow the "grain", they're undetectable in natural light (see pics—I shot with and without a flash so you can see they're indeed there). Make sure you wash debris and oils off the surfaces with mild detergent and water, and let them dry before putting the cap stickers on or I could see the stickers coming off.
Looks great upon entry, love the dark cherry color. It's only been up for three days and a visitor has already asked us where he could get one. I absolutely recommend this unit so long as you're patient when hanging it—and do so with a patient cohort! Otherwise... om shanti shanti.
The only negative that I can say is that the drywall anchors that came with the shelf were cheap and I used better drywall anchors for the project. However, most anchors that come with any unit are the cheap ones anyway and i always swap them out.
All in all i'm 100% satisfied with this purchase. The color is spot on and gives my living room a unique style. It can also hold some significant weight (with good anchors). I currently have 4 full size liquor bottles on display and i'm confident it can hold several more.
In choosing this piece, I opted for function over form thinking it not very pretty. However, once I had it assembled and hung on the wall, I thought it a shame to hide it behind a bedroom door where it cannot be seen -- it's surprisingly pleasant to look at.
It is also surprisingly sturdy (anchored to the wall at each panel) and is now holding 90 scripts with room for more. However, bookends (or small decorative items) are recommended.
If you were not looking specifically for this shape configuration I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND. IF you have to have this style and at a price-point this is good as you are going to find on the cheap.
Only assemble these just before you intend to mount them - leaving them assembled and unmounted for extended periods of time increase the risk of breakage/damage at the joints.
Have at least one set a helping hands (preferably two when instating) It will help greatly since its so flimsy.
a mini bubble level will really help out getting it right the first time.
Avoid step stool, use a real latter.
The provided mounting hardware isn't all that - I suggest replacing it with better anchors.