Bi-level rotating bookcase

Bookcase come in all shapes and sizes and they can be quite fun to have in the house. Bookcases are one of those things you have to have in your home, no matter how small your apartment is. So if you’re having problems with space, here’s a very cute and ingenious bookcase design that might help. This bi-level rotating bookcase reminds me of those rotating panels with sunglasses and all sorts of little accessories you see in stores.

Bi-level rotating bookcase

The bookcase rotated 360 degrees and provides easy access to all the books stored in there. It’s a very functional and ingenious solution. It would be a great choice for those who like to read before going to sleep. You can place this little bookcase by the bed and get your favorite book without even having to get out of bed.

This rotating bookcase is also very practical as it can hold up twice as many books as traditional bookshelves having the same dimensions. The piece features two 11″-tall circular shelves that accommodate paperback novels or unabridged dictionaries. Each shelf has eight separate quadrants that help you keep your books organized. It’s a very compact piece that takes little space and yet it’s so functional. The bookcases measures only 27″ H x 23 3/4″ Diam. (52 lbs.) and it’s made of birch veneer with a walnut finish. Available for $199.95.



Published by in Furniture, on October 25th, 2011

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