47 x 14 x 42
The Bookcase Hutch is a wonderful example of Pali’s desire to help you create the perfect room for your child. Designed to function as a hutch for extra storage space when your little one is a newborn, this piece can be converted to a bookshelf that will complement any of our bedroom sets. The hutch fits on top of any of our double dressers or combos that are at least 50 inches wide, and it can also be used as a stand alone bookcase when fitted with the included pre-assembled base. It includes two adjustable shelves, and a front frame keeps the shelves in place. This piece is a lovely and useful addition to your little one’s room.
Made from wood that has been harvested from sustainable forests in New Zealand and finished with non-toxic finishes that are regularly tested to ensure that they exceed the required standards for lead.
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Four generations of the Pali family have been making furniture: 100 years ago the Pali workshop made everything by hand. It now features the most modern technology.
The same priceless experience Pali obtained over the years by producing chairs Pali now applies to making cribs and dressers. Pali has become a leader in the industry, noted for its ability to be innovative and our attention to detail.
Torino [to'ri:no] (Turin in English) is the capital of the Piedmont region, in North-West Italy. It is located on the Po, Italy's longest river, between Milan, the Thyrrenian Sea and the Alps. It has been the first capital of Italy (from 1861 to 1865) and one of the first industrial centers of the country. It still is home, among other, of the Fiat Group (Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Ferrari, Maserati...) the Juventus Football Club and the most important Egyptian museum outside Egypt.
You might also know Torino for being the host of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games, the giandiuiotti (delicious hazelnut chocolates) and its most symbolic building, the beautiful Mole Antonelliana.