Published at Monday, July 22nd 2019, 01:09:29 AM by Junko Thomas. Leaning Bookcases & Ladder Shelves. Aside from the leaning and freestanding ladder shelves, this product also comes in other varieties. There is a freestanding vertical ladder shelf, which looks very different to the A-Shaped shelf, imagine a tall narrow CD rack. An example of the vertical ladder shelf is the 'Opus' design it looks like the letter 'S' turned over on its side. This particular style has a retro feel to it that may appeal to younger home owners looking for a trendy interior accessory. The downside to this type of shelf is its price, because of the unique shape and the fact that it is made from good quality oak, this item will set you back much more than the price of a regular A-Shape ladder shelf.
Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:41:46 AM. victorian 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 Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:39:52 AM. stackable bookcase By Walfred Krause. Skateboard shelves can be hip with the kids of the house and help them put away their notebooks, while cases with integrated nooks for reading can give the kids an interesting place to do their homework. You can organize you books by color to create a rainbow affect, though the time it would take to do that could be outside of the realm of possibility. However, on a rainy day, instead of watching TV all afternoon, perhaps color-coding books could be the perfect project to brighten up your time inside. And while you are at it, take advantage of having empty shelves and (finally) dust and clean them.
Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:38:27 AM. cherry bookshelf By Junko Thomas. Corner Bookshelf: If you have limited space available in your home, you should go with the corner bookshelves. You can cover the unused corner of your living area with a corner bookshelf. This type of shelf comes in different sizes to offer you more storage.
Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:35:48 AM. iron bookcase By Walfred Krause. You need to consider size, space and colour as the main components as your bookcase. Always take measurements of a room if you are going furniture shopping, and try and identify a space where you can place the bookcase and know it will fit.
Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:34:39 AM. hardwood bookcase By Sherman Vogel. An interlocking assembly is one of the best features of products from Way Basics. This type of design offers the user almost unlimited choice as to form and function. The less mechanically inclined will be happy to know that these products require a simple double stick tape to assemble without the hassle of tools. Users report that the shelving is quite basic and are easily assembled. For around fifty dollars, one can obtain the Modern Double Rectangle featuring dual shelves.
Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:33:52 AM. desktop bookcase By Koenraad Albrecht. Most homes have a place for books in one room or another; functional in the kids' rooms they can be used to stack all those favourite stories they love to be read at bedtime. Decorative in the living room for pieces you want to be admired and even useful in the bathroom for supplying reading material whilst busy on the throne!
Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:32:23 AM. big bookcase By Riku Kobayashi. 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.