Even a relatively crammed bookshelf can be a distinctive showplace for your personality. Throw in a few knickknacks and photos to show your interests and other sides. Invited a girl over and you really want her to think you're romantic? Get a volume of poetry, perhaps the Brownings, and don't just place it in with the other books. Prominently displace it out front by reclining it against a few book spines.
Bookshelves can be used not only as storage space for books and whatnots but also as a major piece of decorative furniture in any room. In fact, many bookshelves are large enough to serve as the focal point in a room. Unless you don't mind mismatched furniture and the lack of style, it is important that you consider how a particular bookcase would look in your space before you purchase it.
Organizing your shelving more for the aesthetic appeal? Follow these quick tips for making your shelving pop! Paint the inside of your bookcase a couple shades darker in the same color you have painted your room. The color will make whatever you have on your shelves stand out. Remember a few visually interesting items can make a big statement, no need to fill up your shelves with decorative items. You can also try grouping collectables of the same color together for a statement. A group of glass or white porcelain vases of different shapes and sizes can be very interesting against a pop of color.
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.
Barrister Bookshelf: The Barrister bookshelf consists of separate racks that can be stacked together to create a cabinet. The biggest advantage of this piece of furniture is that it comes with a glass door to protect your books from moisture and dust.
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