For some people, books have been one of the partners that they can lose. No matter what job that they have, they always have some books near them so that they can read them both as enjoyment and as a medium to learn something new. As the time goes by, the number of books that they have will increase and their small bookshelves will not be enough to store all of the books that they have.
Therefore, if you are one of the people in the world who collect books, this is a good idea for you to have some built in bookshelves in your house because not only will it give you the best place to store your books, but it will also be a great room decoration as well.
If you want to build your own built in bookshelves, you will need to have several important tools and equipment with you. In order to cut the woods into wood planks, you will need to have a Miter Saw. You also need to have an air compressor with some air hose to clean the mess.
Do not forget your brad nail gun and cordless drill to help you snap one wood plank to another. You will also need to have some strong glue. In order to make your shelf look great, you will also need some coating and painting. I am sure that you want to do some color experiment for your bookshelf. Now that you have all of the tools and equipment that you need, here are some step that you need to do.
To start building your own built in bookshelves, you will need to sketch the idea of the shapes of your bookshelves. Draw your sketch on a piece of paper to help you cutting the wood into parts. To save your time, you can preassemble the cuts of woods while the glue sets for the partitions. Once they all are set, then you can start combining the pieces.
However, before you put the shelves into the desired place, you may need to do the painting now. If you do the painting after you have put the shelves into the place, you may make the place dirty and it will be hard for you to clean the mess after that. Now, are you ready to build your own built in bookshelves? I am sure that you are now ready to do that!