When you decide on categories write them down on slips of paper and lay your papers down on your empty floor space. Having your categories written down will prevent you for getting confused and mixing up your stacks of books while you work. Donate or sell what you no longer want to keep. As you sort through your books and categorize look at what you have. If some of your books are just collecting dusts, and not a beloved favorite or heirloom it may be time to part with them. You may not plan on rereading them, or perhaps your children have simply outgrown them. Many books can be resold either in stores or online. If you don't want to spend the time shopping them, or they no longer have a strong retail value, donate them. Most thrift stores will accept books.
Now move everything back on to the shelves. If your shelves vary in height survey your categories. Some books, like children's books, tend to be taller by nature. Return your bigger books to the shelves first as they will likely have fewer places they can fit well. You have two options for tall books if you do not have taller shelves. On a stand alone unit may be able to use the top of the shelving unit. Or place the books horizontal on your shelf, spine facing out so they can easily be read.
Wall Mounted Bookshelf: This kind of shelf can be easily mounted on the wall. It doesn't occupy much space and provides enough space to house an array of books. Also, you can keep flower vase, teapots, and photo frames on its racks to enhance the beauty of your home.
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