Published at Friday, October 11th 2019, 00:26:19 AM by Arick Schubert. Barrister Bookcases & Bookshelves. If you are going to try to find an antique barrister bookcase, you have to know some things about shopping for them so you get a good piece. You are going to want to try to find a label or tag that will tell you the year the piece was made and who manufactured it. The draw of antiques is their history so you want to be sure you can verify the history of a barrister book case before you purchase an antique one.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:32:02 AM. single bookshelf By Garson Dietrich. The Mimic Cube from Crate and Barrel is another environmentally friendly option. Low emission poplar woods are used and the cubes can be stacked to a desired height. A glass topper adds a look of elegance to this simple and unique design.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:31:38 AM. rocket bookshelf By Junko Thomas. It is important that a bookcase is practical for your room. If you have a lot of books then go for a floor to ceiling one, if only a few then you can get one half the size which you can rest things on top of. This is good if you have a rather small room as you can place a television or stereo set on top, as well as decorative ornaments. If in a lounge or dining room why not go for a semi bookcase or bureau style which has cupboards for the bottom half and shelves on the top. This has extra storage potential for all of your belongings.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:30:04 AM. tetris bookshelf By Riku Kobayashi. The leaning bookcase has become commonplace in many homes seeking that modern feel. Quite simply, it is just a bookcase but with a distinct crick in its design that almost looks like a ladder. Almost like the ladder found in libraries of old but instead used to shelve books. The leaning bookcase is usually secured directly to the wall and is set up to make the most of limited shelf space.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:28:20 AM. scandinavian bookcase By Sherman Vogel. 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 Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:26:30 AM. lighted bookcase By Walfred Krause. Floating bookcases are esthetically appealing and will be appreciated by anyone that enters your home. They are two different kinds of floating bookcases. One is hung up on the wall above the ground giving it the appearance that is floating. The second is designed so that once the books are stacked the shelving sort of disappears making the books appear to be floating in thin air. These are good for small spaces as they are less obvious and make the room seem larger.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:18:09 AM. spine shelf By Akira Nakamura. Bookcases, by name, are meant to house books of all shapes and sizes. They come in all sorts of styles, including Barrister, Cubed, Corner and Kids size. They can be black or white or patterned or wood finished. They can be open-face or covered in glass. They are often the centerpiece of a living room, and as such, can act as a central place to exhibit not just books, but their own interesting design.
Published at Sunday, October 20th 2019, 02:17:48 AM. green bookcase By Arick Schubert. The Mimic Cube from Crate and Barrel is another environmentally friendly option. Low emission poplar woods are used and the cubes can be stacked to a desired height. A glass topper adds a look of elegance to this simple and unique design.