There’s just something really attractive about the idea of integrating a desk into a bookshelf. Sure, you’ll lose some shelving space, but the efficient storage and discreet work area in combination is a small space dweller’s dream. Being surrounded by books at arm’s length is also a plus. While many of us do not have the luxury of a separate study, converting a bookshelf into a desk+work area could be the next best thing…
Bookshelves are fun. I have so many books that they usually overflow any type of bookshelf that I use. They can also hold CDs, DVDs and all sorts of media as well. The trouble is that most people have to mix and match to fit their needs. Sometimes, it works well. Other times, it’s a bit chaotic. People try to get by with what they’ve cobbled together. I kind of like the trend of having a showcase bookshelf, kind of like a piece of art, as a center piece.
Shelving is one of the things that can be easily improved in any home. It’s something that most people just forget because we all have so much to store. You can either get rid of your extra things, if there are any, or you can just get new and improved shelving to remedy the clutter situation. That’s why I found this bookshelf really interesting. It’s great to store all of your books, DVDs, CDs, and multimedia items, while still retaining a unifying theme. Read on to find out more.
It’s always a struggle to find adequate shelving for books, CDs and DVDs. Most of the time we end up with a patchwork of shelves that don’t like they were put together with any sort of concept. That’s why it’s important to try new things for shelves. Sometimes, it doesn’t take much to just make a shelf stand out and look good. Read on to find out more about the Graffititek bookshelf.