By De3wii190. Leaning Bookcases & Ladder Shelves. At Monday, October 07th 2019, 23:59:19 PM.
In most cases, a leaning bookcase is presented in a sense that it looks like a ladder with cascading layers. One would have the advantage of having multiple layers of equal space of which they could determine the contents of each. These are most often made of wood and are presented in various sizes. One can have the option to place other items apart from books in the excess space of this cascading presentation. There is always the option to place picture frames or small ornamental objects or items on top or on the surface of the bookcase.
The other shelves
Alternately, you can open up the ladder, turn it sideways and add three or four shelves which you balance on the parallel steps on each side. That arrangement gives you a lot of instant shelf space with no need to install anything. If you are concerned about the shelves remaining balanced, you can easily secure them to the steps of the ladder with some screws. Measure the depth of the step and the thickness of the shelf. Buy screws that will go through the step (from the bottom) and into the bottom of the shelf, without going all the way through the shelf. This way the screws won't be seen at all.