Did you know that Mill Stores offers custom finishing on indoor unfinished items! We use up to 9 different techniques to finish your great looking Mill Stores real wood furniture to fit in with your home's decor.
Virtually all our ready-to-finish products are built from solid real wood, not particle board or other real-wood substitutes. So why not have the professionals at Mill Stores customize your bedroom, home office, pantry, toy box, occasional table, display cabinet, wood cabinet or any other Mill Store unfinished item for you.
You can "Color It Your Way" with the hundreds of colors and variety of stains readily available at Mill Stores. Make sure to visit our Custom Finish page to see how colors and stains will look. Simply select a product and pick a paint color or stain to see that item finished that way! At Mill Stores, we are reinventing the way to shop for solid wood home furnishings!
And, Mill Stores has even more Custom Finishing options available than we are able to show online! Have something else in mind? Either contact us online or visit your local Mill Stores location near you.
Book Display: Espresso
Item No. W13-G87302
An easy-to-reach spot for book storage in child's room or playroom encourages reading. The Guidecraft Book Browser features furniture-grade construction and four sling-style canvas book pockets. Large enough to hold up to 20 books, available in three beautiful finishes: natural, espresso and white, and can be personalized with your child's name and/or graphics. Quick and simple assembly. Safety tested for ages 2+.
Item Dimensions: 25"H x 12"W x 22"D Weight: 22.00 lbs Material: MDF with birch veneer, cotton canvas, pine solids
Available online only. This item is not available in stores. Please note that some assembly is required for most Web Only products.
This item does not qualify for coupon discounts.
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“For many years, I have been shopping at your Dennisport location. In fact, when I was a kid I went miniature golfing with my family, and always went shopping in the funky looking building remember the Quoddy moccasins? Penny candy? Silly knotty pine knick-knacks? (who over 45 doesn't remember the novelty dog house with the hooks my brother was always in the dog house!) I have a seasonal cottage there, and the Mill Stores, along with a trip to Benny 's, is always on my spring list. The golf course is still beautiful. Nothing on the cape compares to it.
Over the years, the selection and quality is still there. I cannot begin to tell you how much I buy there every year. It may be as small as a quart of paint, or a stencil; sometimes it is furniture. (I am there many times over the season) no matter what it is, I get the same quality service that my parents got back in the 60 's. The store has always been run well. It is well staffed, and the staff has always gone out of their way to help me, and other customers. It is a nice balance of leaving you alone to decide (I hate a pushy clerk) to helping you out to the car. I do not want to single anyone out, because I believe everyone in that store is equally helpful. Here is an example of good service.
This past Wednesday, I was in the Dennisport Store, and I bought 2 window boxes. The clerk asked me if I needed brackets to go with them. I already had some, so I said no. (but, good suggestion - good sales pitch!) He wanted to help me to my car, but I was fine. When I got to my cottage, I had bought the wrong size too small. Plus the brackets I had were rusting. Back I went (I HATE returning things!) I was greeted by Bob, (another sales clerk), no hassle returning them. In fact, I needed 3 window boxes, he fussed through the selection, as if he were picking them out for himself! I liked that a lot! I ended up getting 4 wooden brackets; it was not a huge sale, but I was treated like I bought hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise! Bob wanted to help me to my car again; I declined, but it was nice he offered.
Lately, at other assorted stores, I get asked to call an 800 number, to give a survey. In return, I can win a prize. My motivation here is to tell the powers that be you have great associates in your Dennisport Store. It is good old fashion customer service; sensible, courteous, well informed... I thought they should be singled out. The silly novelty gifts from my childhood are gone, but the great service from years ago is still there. Nice job everyone!”