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Comprehensive Buying Guide: which Bookcase, Book Shelves is right for you

Before books were available to the general public, private libraries were reserved for the very rich and powerful. If you’ve been feeling a little less than regal lately, why not consider establishing your royal library? Maybe it’s time to take those books you were supposed to read in university and display them with pride. Perhaps it’s time for a new bookcase!

Types of Bookcases

Standard: The most common bookcase design, the standard is exactly as it sounds. Tall or medium height, a wall bookcase in this style has a solid back and multiple horizontal shelves. If you are a collector of rare books and want to keep the dust/light away from your library, a standard bookcase with doors is an excellent choice.

Cube: One of the more unusual bookcases, this design has no back and no doors. It’s generally a low bookcase with some compartments for storing your volumes or décor items. Perfect for a child’s room, this small bookcase is usually wider than a standard model and as a result, can store more items.

Leaning/Corner: These unique bookcases are ideal for smaller rooms or smaller libraries. These cases are designed to nestle into a corner or lean against the walls in a ladder-like fashion. They are considerably less stuffy than traditional bookcases and as such, suit contemporary interiors or industrial designs.

Where to Find Cheap Bookcases For Sale

You know that adage, ‘you get what you pay for’? Don’t believe a word of it. 1StopBedrooms has over a decade of experience forging relationships with both our customers and our suppliers. We’ve cut out the middleman to avoid markups and trained our furniture experts to provide you with the best possible service with the least possible pressure. We’ve got a multitude of discounts every day on our already cheap bookcase collection and have shaved even more off your bill by offering free shipping and no sales tax. So dust off that Jane Austen collection you were supposed to read in first-year college and display it proudly. We won’t tell anyone that they’ve never been opened, we promise.