Bookcases can provide you with a great opportunity to utilize smaller spaces to enhance the decor of the house. In fact, you can use a very stylish and creative bookcase to partition a bigger room. You can opt for high class, vintage, antique bookcases, if your budget permits. You can also opt for cheap bookcases which are lightweight and inexpensive too. Painted bookcases with creamy white finish or a dark cherry finish can bring a lot of beauty to a room. You could either opt for an open bookcase or something with glass paneled doors that can prevent the dust from settling in.
If you love fancy decor you can select bookcases which are creatively designed and are out of the ordinary. For example, you can get them in circular shapes with plenty of shelves, as a combination of bigger and narrower spaces to organize your collection of books. You can also opt for extensible models which can be split up if required. You can choose scaffolding like structure, which looks more like a series of wall mounted wedges connected to each other. This would be ideal for walls which have designer painting patterns.
Another commonly seen model is the staircase which leans on the wall and can be painted to match the overall decor in the house. The antique style ladder bookcases can look really beautiful especially when they are made out of maple, mahogany, walnut or oak. Pine bookcases are another popular choice, especially when you love some intricate craftsmanship. Ebony or espresso finish with the deep rich hue can really provide a striking contrast to brightly painted rooms. Some of these are actually designed with bottom drawers, which have brass knobs, dull or polished to add that extra beauty. These drawers can be useful for documents and papers.