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Store books, folders and other decorations. It is also very suitable for organizing photo albums and books in the children's room. Simple and practical, enough to decorate your home.
Product Name: 2-Tier Natural Wood Desktop Bookshelf
Use scene: office, study, living room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, etc.
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