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Storing your DVDs stylishly is not the easiest task to conquer, but we believe we’ve achieved that and beyond with our stackable DVD rack. Made from zBoards, which are strong recycled paperboards with a paper veneer finish, our media shelf is not only aesthetically very pleasing, but it is very eco-friendly and free from harmful chemicals as well. Oh, and did we mention the assembly process is as easy as aligning some pins and sticking the zBoards together with no tools required?
Our stackable DVD rack can accommodate up to 30 DVD cases and is the perfect storage solution not only for your DVDs, but also for Blu-rays, PS4 videos games, and even books or other lovely items you want to keep on display. As they can be easily stacked and used in combination with our CD shelves or other Way Basics units, they offer the versatility you need to create unique furniture designs. They also look very chic as individual pieces on your desk or hung on a wall, so don’t feel like you need to bury your DVDs somewhere in a forgotten corner, when you could actually make them look attractive and like real decorations. Plus, they can be great conversation starters and let’s face it, who doesn’t want to talk about their favorite movies, shows, or games? Why would we want to hide something we’re so passionate about instead of displaying it in style and with pride?
|Lifetime guarantee; Happiness with product and service promised by our CEO and founder|
|Made with eco-friendly and sustainable zBoard, non-toxic and free of formaldehyde & VOC. Learn benefits here.|
|Easy to assemble, no tools required, just peel the 3M industrial adhesive strips and put together with easy-align pins|
|Made to stand upright, do not place on side or back|
|DVD racks can hold 30 pieces of DVD|
|Maximum load 30 lbs (recommended)|
|Strong recycled paperboard with paper veneer finish|
|Combine with CD racks or other modular units and customize to meet your needs|
|Easily stack racks with included connect and align pins|
|Crafted from zBoard recycled paperboard with a paper veneer finish|
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Since you’re here, you’re probably a lot like us: creative, practical, caring, and ready to inspire a better way. We are inspired to do things right and keep things simple. We believe in treating everyone as if they were our friend, protecting our environment as if it were our home, and finding creative solutions toover-complicated challenges. In short, we are Way Basics.
In our packages, you won't find mysterious collections of screws and nails, or complicated diagrams and instructions. That's because you can put our unique zBoards together without tools or hardware. Super-strong 3M brand adhesive strips let you fit the pieces neatly together. Just peel, stick, and you're done.
We treat the people of the world as our family. We want you to be safe and live the healthiest life possible. You can rest assured that our products aren't polluting the air inside your home, as there are no VOCs or formaldehyde in our products.
Very, very strong. We use 3M industrial-strength heavy-duty adhesive tape on our products. Take a look at this video
Our patented manufacturing process turns this post-consumer recycled paper into superbly strong paperboards that weigh 62% less than particle board with unmatched quality and durability. zBoards are the wave of the future.
It’s very strong indeed! zBoards are made from multiple, overlapping layers of paperboard and corrugated paper that combine to withstand tremendous pressure. A cube has a recommended max weight of 50 lbs.
Yes, our cube products (Blox, Connect and Basic Storage Cube Collection) are designed to be modular and can be arranged any way to fit your space and create your own organization system.
Way Basics Cubes are the perfect storage solution for any room in your home, kids love them, and they even find their way into the work environment.
zBoards are made from post-consumer recycled paper and do not consume additional natural resources like trees and the enormous amounts of water needed to make virgin paper.