Any money you put into built-in bookshelves might not be recouped, since you can't take them with you to your new home. Consider a resale possibility when you are making any home improvements or you might find that they might not add any value, but could be viewed as something that will need to be removed. Make sure that they are attractively designed with trim that is appropriate to the rest of the room or home and serve function instead of additional shelving to be dusted, de-cluttered or just wasted space.
Built-in bookshelves have to be considered closely, because many people don't have books in the traditional sense, like they used to. Now you can get eBooks that don't require storage, so bookshelves are more of a decorating feature, when done correctly. If you decide to devote an entire wall to built-in bookshelves because you need places to store the children's toys, you have to keep in mind that some people might not like the look or have other plans for the room, when you are ready to sell the home.
They are quite attractive on each side of a fireplace that seems lonely on a wall that doesn't leave much room for any other furniture and they can help anchor the room. When it comes time to re-sell your home, it can add additional storage, if the bookshelves contain lower drawers or cabinets for storage space. On the other hand, it is important that they aren't just a bunch of shelves that attract clutter or they can detract from your home's attractiveness, when it comes time to sell.
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