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Space Explorer Bookcase


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Space Explorer Bookcase is the perfect storage unit for your budding space explorer. Ideal for storing books and toys. Matching items available. Measurements: W60 x D24 x H80cm.

Space Explorer Bookcase

Space Explorer Bookcase Let their imagination take off and explore the universe in the comfort of their own bedroom. It has been designed with role play in mind and look like a rocket blasting off into space. It features the craft’s name ‘X-Plorer’, with charming touches such as the rockets igniting at the bottom and various screens and metres in the cockpit. This bookcase not only adds an exciting element to a child’s bedroom, it is also practical. It consists of two large shelves, each with rails, and one smaller shelf. Perfect for storing books and toys.


Includes 3 shelves
White and blue finish
Designed to look like a rocket blasting off
Consists of two large shelves, each with rails, and one smaller shelf
Simple self assembly required with full instructions provided
MDF painted with a vibrant colours and a printed motif
Matching Space Explorer furniture items available


W60 x D24 x H80cm


Please allow 3-5 working days for this to arrive from the date of dispatch. Delivery is free to most of mainland England, Scotland & Wales. Please check additional information regarding delivery information. (Delivery to the following postcodes would incur a delivery charge, please email for a quote: AB, DD, DG, EH, FK, G, HS, IV, KA, KY, KW, ML, TD, IV, PA, PH , Northern & Republic of Ireland, Isle of Wight, Isle of Scilly, Isle of Man, Shetland and Orkney Islands, Channel Islands, Scottish Islands, the Highlands and Outer Hebrides).

Please note: If the item is returned as not wanted or not suitable, the buyer is to pay the return postage. If the item is damaged or faulty, a photo will need to be provided.

Although we have tried to represent the colour of this product as closely as possible in the photos, due to different monitors the colour on screen may appear different from the actual product.