A more flexible form of bookshelves


Some people might have started using e-readers, but nothing can beat that feeling of a good paperback in the hand. It feels right, it looks right and a new book even smells right. Plus they’ll never run of batteries! The book isn’t about to get replaced by technology any time soon.

Having books around the house helps to create a nice atmosphere. A house full of bookcases not only indicates a family of readers, it looks fantastic too. And not just in the study. There’s always an excuse to put bookshelves into bedrooms and the living room. Each property is different and fitting some units in can prove challenging. If only the manufacturers were more flexible.

The vast majority of bookcases are stand alone units. They don’t slot together in any way and therein lies the problem. This way of building units just isn’t flexible enough. However, some smart furniture makers have cottoned on to this need for a greater degree of flexibility and offer something slightly different.

Modular bookshelves are separate units that can be joined together if required. As book collections grow then the shelving can grow too. Perfect for avid collectors. Some spaces are hard to fill with books. Units like this offer a greater degree of flexibility. No matter what kind of space people are looking to use for book storage, they can find a solution that works neatly. Everything needs its proper place, so it’s great to have adequate book storage all over the house.

With every novel and autobiography safely stowed away on shelves, anyone can quickly find and retrieve any book that they are looking for. The house will be stuffed with books, but with everything in its proper place, it won’t feel cluttered or messy. Encourage reading and keep the place tidy at the same time. The perfect solution.

For more information please visit – www.shelvingsystem.co.uk

nick

Nick is a part time techie, full time writer and Lifestyle intern at 5 Articles.

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