Bookcases & Shelves

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Winslow Bookshelf
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Ishana Etagere
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Winslow Bookshelf
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Graham Etagere
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Zephyr Bookcase
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Audrina Large Bookcase
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Zephyr Bookcase
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Bandit Ave Low Bookcase
Bandit Ave Low Bookcase
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Tustin 5 Shelf Bookcase
Tustin 5 Shelf Bookcase
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Are you looking for storage options that also enhance your home’s design aesthetic? Bookcases and shelving can add valuable storage space, while also making a statement in style. Whether housing your personal library or displaying family photos, there is a bookcase or shelf to meet the need of your space and decor preference. Check out our guide below to get started.

Before you embark on the journey to find the perfect bookcase or shelf, consider the following factors. Are you organizing a large space or are you trying to maximize square footage in close quarters? There are shelving solutions to meet every use case. Make sure you take measurements of your space (including the height of your ceilings!).

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F.A.Q.

How to fit shelves into you existing decor?

Sprucing up your existing decor with bookcases or shelves requires attention to elements such as available space, the arrangement of other furniture, and the room's color palette. If you want harmony and a seamless look, match the shelf material and color with the other furniture. Mix one of the elements (color or material) for something more eclectic, but keep the other for cohesion. Other things to consider are what you intend to use the shelves for, how shelving will frame the furniture around it, and whether the shelves are independent or combined with another piece.

What shelving options are available?

There are several different shelving options to choose from:


Floating: The minimalist look of floating shelves is perfect for displaying decor without the visual distraction of brackets. Despite their elusive aesthetic, floating shelves are easy to hang and lend a clean, professional look.


Modular: If you're prone to changing your mind (and decor) frequently or want flexibility in your design options, modular shelves and their customizable features are the way to go. 


Corner: Corner shelves maximize space in small areas. They don't work in every corner of the home, but when you find one that does, it's a perfect way to add extra storage. 


Wall-mounted: Easy to install and functional, these are the most classic and budget-friendly options.


Bookshelves: For an extensive collection of books, ornaments, or decorative accents, the best bet might be a bookcase with built-in shelving. 

What shelving material should I choose?

Shelving material varies based on budget, style, and intended use. For example, wooden shelves are a classic option and offer some of the best durability. However, certain wood finishes might not be suitable for places with high humidity. Glass shelving is another choice, popular for displaying memorabilia, china, or other delicate items. Glass shelves lend a sleek, elegant vibe to a room. Finally, metal shelves give off a modern, contemporary look suitable for office spaces. They also go well with more industrial designs, such as in a garage.