Average Rating: 4
On Sep 7, 2012
Comments: We have this behind our Townsend sofa and it looks gorgeous. Perfect for pictures, books and organizing baskets for our son's toys.
On Oct 15, 2012
Comments: At all edges the stain looks worn and/or chipped. this goes with all the charcoal pieces we received. so overpriced and not worth it.
On May 6, 2013
Comments: awesome and the delivery guys were very helpful
On Sep 30, 2013
Comments: I have four of them stacked and it's a beautiful bookcase. The adjustable shelves and fine edge details make this a subtle but gorgeous way to display everything from books to pictures and objects. The wood is really beautiful, very high quality construction. Only nitpick are the holes in the mounting brackets for the back of the shelves are a bit off center (only used if you're stacking them). They attach as instructed, just not as intuitive as they could be.
By HoustonTX Customer
On Mar 24, 2014
Comments: Saw this bookcase in person while visiting Denver. I had been looking for a long, narrow bookcase to place under a large picture window in our Living Room. This fits the bill perfectly and compliments the room very well. Quality is excellent. Highly recommended!
By Robin in Maryland
On Mar 29, 2014
Comments: I purchased two low shelving units and set them up side by side. It is the perfect size for a media center. The depth of the shelves is less than other media centers, which works well in my space. One of the units has a noticeable scratch on the side, but I knew it would always be hidden so I just ignored it. I really like the walnut finish and the nice simple appearance.
By Mid Century Canadian
On Jan 19, 2015
Comments: Quite frankly, the quality of this unit is not on par with other pieces from R&B. The construction is such that there is a frame that gets nailed/glued to the front of the bookcase to give the front a bevelled edge. Well, on our piece, the frame didn't fit so there are gaps where you can see the unfinished parts. Also, the center section is a little wider than the two sections on either side so the shelf has a bigger gap. If it weren't such a hassle, I would return it (we picked up unit so have to go back across border to return). Luckily, unit sits quite low so hopefully no one notices.
On Mar 13, 2015
Comments: This is an extremely beautiful bookcase, and I've been so happy with it. It's so simple, but there's just something very attractive and serene about it. I love the walnut panels that have been selected in the manufacturing, because it is just beautiful to look at every time I'm picking out a book. I was initially worried about whether it was going to be sturdy, because the frame and shelves are so thin, but there haven't been any problems, and I don't foresee any. It's jam-packed with books. Never wobbled or felt something was amiss.
By Scandinavian Style
On Mar 15, 2015
Comments: I purchased the Rollins 66 inch bookshelf in Maple. I love the light wood and it sits under a window I my apartment living room area, next to the dining table. It really makes the space more cosy and now I can put plants and a lamp on top. I plan to buy a couple more to stack next to my couch. I can put my books and display art on it. Overall, a great purchase.
On Aug 10, 2015
Comments: Perfect behind a sofa! Holds lots of books, CD's, magazines, etc. and good place to place table lamps.
Rollins Stacking Cubes
Mid-century details like fine lines and beveled edges lend a refined look to our Rollins storage collection. Start with base cubes and add stacking cubes to create the size and shape you want.
Details of Rollins 88w 13d 24h Stacking Cube with Base
- Dimensions: 88"w 13"d 24"h
- Open Space: (4) 21"w 11.5"d 21"h
- Case Construction: benchmade solid wood and wood veneer with unfinished wood veneer back
- Shelves: four adjustable wood
- Includes: anti-tip safety hardware
- Product Origin: made in Pennsylvania
- Material Origin: United States
- Item Number: 262315
- Wood: walnut See full material details
- Finish: lacquer
- Material Description: Walnut adds timeless depth and character to your room. Even after walnut is harvested and made into furniture, it continues to be a living, breathing material that responds to its environment - it expands and contracts with changes in humidity and also changes color over time as it's exposed to air, sunlight and wear. New walnut starts as a dark chocolate brown and beautifully ages to lighter brown or honey color over time.