BOOK SHELVING -When books were written by hand and were not produced in great quantities, they were kept in small boxes or chests which owners (usually the wealthy or clergy) carried with them. As manuscript volumes accumulated in religious houses or in homes of the wealthy, they were stored on shelves or in cupboards typically with glass fronts. As books became more readily affordable, with the invention of the Guttenberg Press, shelves became more affordable as well eliminating the costly glass. Today, you can create book shelving to hold your collection whil also using them as a decorative piece.
CORNER SHELVING – corner shelves make great use of typically wasted space. No longer are they just country wood cupboards but corner shelving has now gone modern in an array of styles and color ways.
FLOATING SHELVES – Floating shelves save space as well as give any room an updated look with their modern design. Simple to install, floating bookshelves use empty wall space and allow you to store knickknacks, decorative items, books or other media easily. The floating appearance of shelving goes well with any existing room decor.