Published at Monday, February 05th 2018. by neymar in Bookcase Design.
Buying a bookcase is often misunderstood process; it is not as easy as people think. Materials vary from; Oak, Pine, Antique Pine, Macha, Aluminium, Ash Veneer and a range of different plastics so finding the right one can be a hard choice. There is a huge variance in price also with the cheapest of bookcases selling at £50 price tag and the most expensive in the region of £15,000.
A good way to figure out how large a bookcase you need is to measure the linear footage of the books you own and then calculate how much footage is available on the bookcase you are looking at. Take into consideration how you are going to adjust the shelves for the various sizes of your books. If you have lots of small paperbacks youll have more running feet of space for them if you double up the shelves. In that case, you might want to see if you can order an additional shelf or two.
Bookcases are a beneficial part to a household. Often when people come into your house they will have a particular interest in what books you have and read. Rachel Mclougherty recently researched bookcases and behaviour, Bookcases and the books on them can often be a great source in understanding individuals personality. With a vast range of bookcases on the market it is a priority that you get the right one.
Some bookcases have open shelves on top and doors on the bottom, which is very handy for storing games, art supplies, whatever you might need but want to keep out of sight below and display books on top.
Books stored in boxes can get damaged over time reducing their value. So keep this in mind when deciding to add bookcases to your home. If you have boxes of books in the attic or garage chances are they are damaged already. So you should look in to purchasing some bookcases and get those books out in the open so everyone can enjoy them.
Carpenters, plastic manufacturers and metal workers take time and care in designing and making bookcases. Tony Hitchin a carpenter based in the UK said I enjoy making bookcases immensely, it so satisfying seeing the process from start to finish and bookcases give me the freedom to express my carpentry skills. Tony then went on to say Bookcases are an investment." Bookcases dont just hold books they do so much more, they can bring character to a room and really give a new element to your household. Take time and care when you next purchase a bookcase and most importantly enjoy the process.