By ddeh. Bookcases. Published at Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 - 11:23:52 AM.
The color of a bookcase is the next feature to consider. Many people like to choose bookcases that coordinate with the rest of the furnishings in a room. For instance. if a person has a collection of furniture in light-colored oak. he or she may opt for a bookcase made with the same material. There are bookcases that feature colors such as brown. black. espresso. cream. and even weathered white. There are so many colors available a shopper is sure to find just what he or she is looking for.
Contemporary Bookcases for All Spaces. Bookcases are a necessity in many spaces; the home. office. libraries. and shops require bookcases for storing and displaying books and reading materials. Contemporary bookcases can come in many forms. designs. styles. sizes and colors that can suit your environment.
Bookcase Plans - How to Build a Bookcase With 3 Tools. Before committing myself to a set of bookcase plans. I first decided to shop around for a pre-fab bookshelf. both online and at a few discount furniture stores in town. My plan was to look at a wide range of styles and prices before deciding what to buy. It didn`t take me long to discover that I really had only two choices in the matter; buy somewhat expensive crappy particle board bookcases with fake wood laminate. or buy very expensive wood bookcases that will stay in my family for the next 100 years. The good stuff would be nice. but since I can`t afford to spend $800 at Ethan Allen right now. I`m really left with just one option: the somewhat expensive crappy bookcases. It`s disappointing to think this is my only choice.
Hold off on plywood shelves... this time around - Sure. plywood is nice for bookcase shelves because it doesn`t have the warping problems that plague solid wood. But plywood comes in 4x8 sheets. which means you`ll be doing a LOT of cutting to make all the pieces for a simple bookcase. For experienced woodworkers. this isn`t really a problem. They`ll first cut down the sheet into more manageable pieces (usually with a circular saw) and then head over to an $800 table saw to get things perfectly square and perfectly sized for the bookcase plan they`re following. Not that you can`t do all this with another tool (like a circular saw or jigsaw). but at some point it just becomes too much work to make a zillion cuts in plywood without the bigger. beefy tools.
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