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In Wall CD and DVD Rack - Custom In Wall CD and DVD Rack

Item #: 700053   Stock Status: May Ship From Manufacturer
Rated 3.5 of 5

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Coaster Co. Of America

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This unique solution to media storage is perfect for the modern home. This innovative shelf fits inside your wall (instructions for cutting wall and mounting unit included - requires an opening 65"H x 15"W x 6 2/8"D), giving your home a nice custom appearence that looks just as well as it functions. Space enough to house an array of CDs and DVDs -- as 14 cubes, and every cube accommodates 13 regular cd cases -- that's 182 cds.. This rack just may be one of the most practical and useful things you purchase this year.
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Reviews for In Wall CD and DVD Rack - Custom In Wall CD and DVD Rack

**** The shelf itself is ...
Mark (Undisclosed)
The shelf itself is great. If the mounting hardware can be improved, this would be a great space saving, well designed case.
*** Nicely made, too deep for our wall
RCS (Seattle, WA)
We got this CD rack because it takes up no space and provides a lot of storage. We assumed (without thinking much about it) that a CD rack designed to be installed in a wall would fit into a standard thickness wall. However, at 6.5 inches deep, it was too deep. Our walls are the standard thickness (about 3.75 inches of the 2 x 4 framing, plus the quarter inch thickness of the drywall). It fit nicely between the 16 inch spacing of the studs, so that was clearly considered when they designed it. Because of where we wanted to install it, we decided to keep it and just have it stick out a couple inches from the wall, but it definitely doesn't look right. If your walls are deep enough, this would be a very nice rack. It's quite handsome.
Bottom Line: not recommended