17 Nov. 2001|
Diy bookcase with glass doors,wooden wheels for tea carts,big green egg long table assembly - For Outdoors
If you've got a lot of books in disarray, bookcases with doors can make a collection look organized.
As you know I moved into my brand new house about a week ago, and although I’m not ready to share what the entire house looks like yet, I did want to share my first DIY project with you! Earlier this summer, I found this Hale Glass Door Bookcase at Goodwill..it was a steal at only $60 bucks! Send it [email protected] with a short explanation of your process along with a before or after picture and you just might end up on the blog!
But if books are your passion, then you can go in a whole different direction.Enjoy your favorite book next to the fireplace!by Charlie Allen Restorations IncWhile sporting an awesome and elaborate home library would be great, not all of us are blessed with the space and the resources to get one.
Shown here, a Mission-Style Four Shelf Bookcase with Glass Doors ($99.99 at Home Decorator's Outlet). The nest best option is to obviously go in for a gorgeous bookcase which seem all the more elegant when encased in glass. These sleek bookcases in white with glass doors bring a sense of contemporary style along with them, which is simply perfect for this house. This is a style that again fits in perfectly with most modern homes that prefer shelf spaces with clean and well defined lines.
While most of the bookshelves here remain open, a custom-designed glass door in the center adds a glossy twist to the design.Large built-in bookcase cabinets for the living roomby GPPhotographersInstead of leaving the wall next to the fireplace open, this home owner has decided to use the space to add compact book shelves.
The built-n bookcases blend in perfectly with the hues of the stone fireplace and the decor in the room, making it a perfect match!