It’s no secret that bookcases make great storage units. But how do you choose a bookcase that best suits your space? Here are three ideas to get you started.
1. Get the look of built-ins
Create a built-in look with bookcases by using multiple together to create a unit. Perfect to place in a living room, entryway, bedroom or office, the Keaton wall unit’s clean, architectural lines give this bookcase the feel of a built-in no matter where you place it.
North Dakota woodworkers hand-select the finest veneer to create Copenhagen‘s subtle, distinctive design details.
Addison offers storage that meets your specific needs in a unique bookcase system. Choose from a variety of sizes and configurations to create your ideal solution for media, office or living.
2. Add storage and function
We know that function in a small space is important, but you don’t have to sacrifice style to get it! A leaning bookshelf and desk combination adds tons of storage to the room while also giving you a desk.
3. Think outside the box
Bookcase Pro Styling Tip
Start with your books and group them in the upper left, middle and lower right areas of the shelves on a diagonal. (Bonus points if you sort the books by color.) Then, fill in with your decorative objects and voila: a beautiful bookcase to behold.
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