Space Saving Idea: Revolving Bookcases

Space Saving Idea: Revolving Bookcases

Carrie McBride
Aug 13, 2009

We believe children should be surrounded by books whether they belong to the library or to your family. But storing books can be a problem in small homes. At our place we recently conceded to storing our own books two deep in order to make space for our son's growing collection. We wondered if a revolving bookcase could be the answer to our problem and went online to see what our options were.

Surprisingly, we didn't find very many. We've linked to the four best from our hunt below. If a few of them seem too institutional (they are targeted to libraries and schools), one word: paint!

1 Revolving Bookcase, $599

2 Two-Shelf Book Carousel, $217 (three-shelf, $255)

3 4-Sided Big Book Library Book Shelves, $214 (note: this does not technically revolve, but it is on casters)

4 Kid-Friendly Book & Media Carousel, $120 (please note the mixed reviews of this product)

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