Now look at the remaining shelves. Select at least one or two shelves in each book case to leave blank of books. Yep. Don't put books on these shelves. Instead you're going to place some items that your truly enjoy. Framed picture of the family... a statuette... model car or ship... small plant... small lamp... you know what you like. Take a moment and shop around your house for some items that will work on these shelves. Place two items on each shelf. One on each side. The items that are a set on each shelf should be about the same size and visual weight.
When decorating your home, one of the most functional pieces of furniture you can add to a room is a book shelf... or multiple book shelves. The problem with book shelves, is that they are overlooked as a decorative element in the room and become a collection point for all books, magazines and files. The result is clutter and an unslightly mess of color and objects. But it doesn't have to be that way. In fact, book shelves that are properly decorated and organized can add interest and design to a room... and still be functional.
When you look at home shelving solutions, there is also a very functional component to them as well. For homes fortunate enough to have dedicated library or office areas, having the proper shelving units it as necessary as it is decorative. Offices will need spaces for books, files, folders, as well as proper storage for computer accessories and other business related items. Other usages for shelving units are for shoe racks, laundry rooms, wood sheds, overhead garage storage or garage storage systems, yard sheds, and home workshops.
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