Published at Sunday, July 07th 2019, 05:29:30 AM by Dietrich Zimmermann. Corner Bookcases & Bookshelves. A corner bookshelf can do a lot for any room. You will be able to easily find a book when you want it and you will have a great conversation piece in the room of your choice with a corner bookshelf.
Published at Saturday, July 06th 2019, 05:27:04 AM by Garson Dietrich. Barrister Bookcases & Bookshelves. Before purchasing bookcases it is important that you ask a few questions to yourself, like, what kind of books would you like to display in the bookcase, how many book shelves you would like to have; will you be able to shift your bookcase to some other place, etc. Deciding everything beforehand would always make things easier.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:51:09 AM. chrome bookcase By Walfred Krause. A wall of books can become an oversized Advent Calendar, filled with small gifts to be opened each day. Again, this is easy with a cube-type bookcase, as baskets filled with goodies can be placed in the cubes; another idea is to just wrap gifts and set them in the spaces, which is especially nice for homes with limited floor space.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:49:34 AM. cube bookcase By Walfred Krause. Today shelves are available in different designs including shapes and sizes. Since books are available in various designs and colors, displaying them on a bookshelf would surely add on to the beauty of the shelf.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:48:30 AM. mahogany bookshelf By Sherman Vogel. Books first appeared in the world as scrolls. These scrolls were usually inscribed by hand and so their production was quite costly. Religious institutions, libraries and ancient universities prized the books highly. These necessitated the need for specialized containers or boxes which were easily accessible for easy referencing. Initially the shelved containers were much deeper and separated into many compartments for easier access. The shelving was usually hidden away in closets that blended with the home decor or in private study rooms.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:47:36 AM. bookcase table By Riku Kobayashi. You might think a bookcase is a bookcase and what is the big deal? It's not until you start to search for one for your home you'll soon realize there are actually many various kinds available. They come in all kinds of solid woods from oak, pine and beech still in their natural state, or waxed or varnished in a darker hue, to painted white or something brighter for a real funky style. Tall, short, wide and thin, with or without drawers and cupboards, the range is huge and it won't take long to find a solution to your storage and display needs.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:46:11 AM. sliding bookshelf By Dietrich Zimmermann. The invention of the printing press by Johannes Gutenberg in 1440 made books more common. The need for their storage also become more pronounced. The oldest shelves in existence are believed to be in the Bodleian Library at Oxford University, they have been in place since the end of the 16th century. What surprises me though is the fact that the initial designs made then have remained till today, and are used as a standard for the design of the modern bookcases.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:45:47 AM. dinosaur shelf By Koenraad Albrecht. Though sometimes relegated to book storage and nothing more, bookcases can actually work as central design features for any room in your home, and display a variety of prized possessions. Modern updates leave you with tons of options to choose from, ranging from sleek and module to a traditional open-faced wood-finish. Choose according to your style and don't be afraid to take advantage of every shelf, nook, and cranny.
Published at Saturday, October 19th 2019, 04:45:25 AM. cardboard bookshelf By Junko Thomas. If you are renting an apartment and can't nick the walls or hang objects, use two tall narrow bookcases on either side of the window to hang a curtain rod in between. In one "unit" you will have shelf space and a window covering! Have household goods that need a little hiding? Fill your shelves with pretty baskets, which can hold items like remote controls, cleats, plastic bags, and so on. And if you have items that you wish to show off, ditch the baskets and give your books a run for their money; pair them with your trophies, photo albums, framed art, or toy trains. Use the tops of arm-level shelves to place your keys, wallet, or purse when you first walk in the door. Having a space where you can always put down your personal belongings will help prevent misplaced items and hopefully keep you from having to crawl around the entryway in search of your keychain.