Shelves can be made out of almost anything. Glass, plastic, wood, metal and pressed wood are just a few of the options available. Many times the choice of which type of to buy is based on where the shelves will be placed. Shelves that will be seen by others are usually more decorative while shelving that is for storage can be very standard without any decoration.
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.
Shelves can be placed next to each other along a wall, perpendicular to a wall, or even as free-standing furniture. Some moms have placed two basket shelves at a right angle away from a wall to provide a cozy play area for their children. Try to choose one or more shelves and baskets that will suit your needs, enhance the area and be useful in more than one way.
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