Books are stacked on floors, tables, and double deep on bookshelves. Those books need a roomy home. There are many types and styles of these bookshelves available nowadays and many different wooden types of furniture to customise your own. They come in a variety of sizes, shapes, colours and styles. They also come in different materials like wood, glass, metal and other. Some are made of wood with glass cabinets to protect books firm dirt and dust. They can be built-in, free-standing and foldable.

Barristers bookshelves: These are originated in England, and they were designed had many books of law which were a headache if they had to move in new chambers. A portable style was designed for their requirements. In the original barrister's bookshelves, there are several glasses fronted separate shelving units that maybe stacked to form a beautiful cabinet. When barristers changed their chambers, each shelf could be moved separately without removing its stuff. Each glass door is hinged at the top of the shelf and slides up and out of the way to allow access to this shelf and protect stuff from dirt and dust.

Modular bookshelves: This style comes with or without backs and can be used individually or in groups on walls to display decorative pieces or to read stuff. They come in compact or large sizes and can be used individually or in groups. They have the variety of creative ways with endless possibilities and configuration for the designers. They can be stacked horizontally or vertically and used to create the vintage look. These cubes can be put together to create room dividers. The modular parts can be cubes that slide or snap together to make a tall and vertical or low and horizontal unit.

Folding bookshelves: These are a type of shelving units that folds up easily. They take up very small space and don't need to be disassembled if you are moving to new place. When you are moving, you only have to pack and fold up the bookcases, and you are on your way.

Revolving bookshelves: These are sleek, space saving and eye-catching in your home. They can be placed in any corner which is not used and display the books and other decorative attractively.

Ladder style: These come with shelves which are situated like rungs to hold books and other items. There are two types in this, leaning and free-standing. A bottom shelf is large in size and these shelving size decreasing with each rung, and the smallest one at the top. The ladder bookcase is triangular from the side with four feet for adding the stability. It is a sleek design and works great in compact spaces. They are lean against the wall and have a solid structure. The weight of items placed on the shelves and contributes to the stability of the unit.

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Author has interest in interior designing and decoration. She explores new ideas in designing and decoration. She loves to share her ideas of interior designing through her writing.