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Bookcases are pieces of furniture with shelves, often used to hold books, nicknacks, or other ornamentation. They may be of a freestanding nature or built into the wall. Bookcases of the past were often enclosed with doors, although most modern bookcases are not. The earliest domestic example of bookcases were made of oak in 1666.
Authored by AH.  Last updated 2014-11-03 12:54:04.
  • Barrister Bookcases thumbnail Barrister Bookcases (Photograph)
    Bookcases are not only practical, they add style to a room as well. These tall wooden bookcases fit into the corner and feature end unit shelves for displaying photos or trinkets.
  • Built-in Bookcases thumbnail Built-in Bookcases (Photograph)
    Built-in bookcases are permanently installed and can add a lot of character to a room. This home office features a desk and cabinets connected to a wall of light wood built-in bookcases for storing and displaying books, photos, and other items.
  • Bookcases Directory
    Browse this bookcase supplier directory for information about bookcases and bookcase suppliers in the United States. The photograph on this page depicts a wooden, open-backed bookcase.
  • Childrens Furniture
    Childrens furniture refers to nursery furniture, toddler furniture, youth furniture, and teen furniture. It can include cribs, beds, dressers, bookcases, tables, chairs, and more.
  • Classroom Furniture
    Traditional classroom furniture includes desks, tables, and chairs, but may also include bookcases, shelves, and lecture podiums. Classroom furniture is usually constructed of wood and/or metal.
  • Home and Garden Photos
    Find a variety of photographs including baby nurseries, bookcases, copper cookware, and more with this directory of photographs relating to the home and garden.
  • Unfinished Hardwood Maple Chairs (Digital Image)
    A row of unfinished chairs, made of maple, are arranged in a dramatic row. Create your own look for a fraction of the price by buying and finishing unfinished furniture.

Bookcases Directory Page(s)

  • Bookcases Page on AbiLogic.com
    Visit this bookcases category page on abilogic.com to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

  • Bookcases Page on Jumblex.org
    Visit this bookcases category page on jumblex.org to find editorially-reviewed resources about this topic.

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Bookcases Bibliography

  • Powers, Alan. Living With Books. New York, NY. Sterling Publishing. 2006.
  • Thompson, Damian. Books Make a Home. London, England. Ryland Peters & Small. 2011.

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