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Arranging Bookcases Just Like a Professional!

Have some bookcases that look cluttered and disarrayed? Don't know what to do? Bookcase arrangement can be fun and is an important part of the decorating of any room where they exist. Don't neglect this space or arrange it poorly. It's not that difficult.

Before we discuss what to do with them, let's first discuss what NOT to do with them. Here is a brief list of some of the types of things you'd best put out of sight and not on a bookcase shelf: telephone books, loose papers or magazines, storage boxes (unless they are decorative), photograph albums, CDs, video tapes, cassette tapes, anything else that is messy or unattractive.

Obviously, making a full row of books on a shelf or several shelves is expected -- the library look. This is a great look. It's hard to beat the look of books lined up neatly. It creates a warm, inviting and cozy atmosphere. One feels compelled to sit down and read. But keep this in mind. Unless you have a huge number of books, of all different titles, colors and subjects, try to use on the books that have colors that blend with the room where you are placing them. Otherwise they will stick out like a sore thumb and attract too much attention. Take the dust covers off and display them in all their rich linen and gold lettering glory.

Place paperback books together and do not mix them in with hard bound books. Put the largest and tallest books on the bottom shelves to anchor the bookcase. Vary the heights with the tallest books in the middle of the shelf and don't place tiny books next to tall books. Descend in gradual increments. Putting a row of encyclopedia books that are all one color and style on a bottom shelf is a great way to anchor the bookcase. It also brings a lot of unity with the repetition of the books.

If you don't have enough books to fill the entire case, put the books on the bottom shelves and leave the upper shelves for accessories. If you mix accessories and books on the same shelf, try to make the books the dominant theme and not the other way around.

arrange, arranging, accessories The upper shelves can be used for such things as a decorative bowl, clock, family photos, lamp, decorative box, candles and a host of other types of accessories. Try to keep the arrangement organized and avoid putting too many things together. Keep the number of items to an odd number. Fill the vertical space as well as the horizontal space. Too many times I see people filling the horizontal space on the shelf, leaving huge gaps at the top. The arrangement should feel snug but not crowded nor lost in the space.

decorate, redecorate, decorating, redecorating Avoid placing small accessories all around, especially on high shelves. They just make a room look cluttered and they are generally too small to fill the space. The tendency people have when they are small is to keep loading more of them into the space. Don't do this. You need a small shelf that is in the right scale in order to "feel" comfortable.

bookcases, books, arranging books Have a corner that just looks too bare and awkward? Fill it with accessories of substance on the floor, stacked one on another. It's a great and easy way to display more accessories without them getting in the way and they are great filler.

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