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£479

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 30 cm

Great if you are looking for 210cm wide bookshelves. BILLY / OXBERG white, Bookcase, 200x30x237 cm. This bookcase has a height extension unit, allowing you to make the most of the wall area. Adjustable shelves, so you can customise your storage as required. Glass doors keep your favourite items free from dust but still visible. Adjustable hinges let you adjust the door horizontally and vertically. From IKEA.

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£2,444

Width: 205 cm
Height: 230 cm
Depth: 49 cm

Spacious and very durable bookcase made entirely of solid mahogany wood and oak in antique white finish, length 205 cm, depth 49 cm, height 230 cm. All measurements refer to the maximum size of the article It can also be used as a showcase, display case giving a touch of country and shabby style to any environment. Perfect if you are searching for 210cm wide bookshelves. Shop now at ManoMano UK.

£600

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 30 cm

Recommended for 210cm (2.1m) wide spaces. BILLY / OXBERG oak veneer oak, Bookcase, 200x30x237 cm. This bookcase has a height extension unit, allowing you to make the most of the wall area. Adjustable shelves, so you can customise your storage as required. Glass doors keep your favourite items free from dust but still visible. Adjustable hinges allow you to adjust the door horizontally and vertically. Surface made from understated wood veneer. From IKEA.

£300

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 28 cm

BILLY Bookcase, oak veneer, 200x28x237 cm BILLY bookcase puts all your precious books and cherished items on display. The height extension takes your storage to a whole new level and the adjustable shelving allows you to tailor the solution suitably. Surface made from uncomplicated wood veneer. Get it at IKEA.

Is it possible to search for bookshelves by width, height and length?

Furniture Ferret: Finding bookshelves in search engines on the Internet by size is not straightforward as search engines are best at finding words only. Also, when searching for bookshelves to fit a given space, somewhat narrower pieces are also suitable. Even if some shops allow searching for bookshelves by measurements, checking many webshops at the same time needs a different solution. We scan many websites on the Internet and list thousands of items to allow you to buy the one that is just perfect.
£250

Width: 200 cm
Height: 202 cm
Depth: 28 cm

ceiling height required: 205 cm. black-brown 200x28x202 cm. Adjustable shelves; adapt space between shelves according to your needs. This furniture must be fixed to the wall with the enclosed wall fastener. Surface made from natural wood veneer. BILLY / GNEDBY Bookcase. Min. From IKEA.

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£300

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 28 cm

BILLY white stained oak veneer, Bookcase w height extension units, 200x28x237 cm. This bookcase has a height extension unit, allowing you to make the most of the wall area. Adjustable shelves, so you can customise your storage as needed. Surface made from understated wood veneer. Purchase from IKEA.

£180

Width: 200 cm
Height: 202 cm
Depth: 28 cm

Pretty impressive considering we launched BILLY in 1979. BILLY / GNEDBY white, Bookcase, 200x28x202 cm. It is estimated that every five seconds, one BILLY bookcase is sold somewhere in the world. It’s the booklovers choice that never goes out of style. At IKEA.

£250

Width: 200 cm
Height: 202 cm
Depth: 28 cm

BILLY / GNEDBY white stained oak veneer, Bookcase, 200x28x202 cm. Pretty impressive considering we launched BILLY in 1979. It is estimated that every five seconds, one BILLY bookcase is sold somewhere in the world. It’s the booklovers choice that never goes out of style. At IKEA.

£250

Width: 200 cm
Height: 202 cm
Depth: 28 cm

ceiling height required: 205 cm. oak veneer 200x28x202 cm. Adjustable shelves; adapt space between shelves according to your needs. This furniture must be fixed to the wall with the enclosed wall fastener. Surface made from natural wood veneer. BILLY / GNEDBY Bookcase. Min. Buy at IKEA.

£219

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 28 cm

white 200x28x237 cm. BILLY is a versatile bookcase that works just as good as a storage unit and is perfect to use in many different ways at home. BILLY has a simple and timeless design that is simple to personalise by adding boxes, lighting and your favourite items. BILLY Bookcase. Purchase from IKEA.

£600

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 30 cm

BILLY / OXBERG white stained oak veneer, glass, Bookcase combination/glass doors, 200x30x237 cm. This bookcase has a height extension unit, allowing you to make the most of the wall area. Adjustable shelves; adapt space between shelves according to your needs. Glass doors keep your favourite items free from dust but still visible. Adjustable hinges allow you to adjust the door horizontally and vertically. Surface made from uncomplicated wood veneer. Purchase from IKEA.

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£300

Width: 200 cm
Height: 237 cm
Depth: 28 cm

BILLY black-brown, Bookcase, 200x28x237 cm. This bookcase has a height extension unit, allowing you to make the most of the wall area. Adjustable shelves, so you can customise your storage as needed. Surface made from natural wood veneer. From IKEA.

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Questions and answers

What is the best colour for bookshelves?

The two main things to consider for everything colour is balance and associations. Balance simply means that the colours should ideally be coordinated in some way, so that the space looks like a unit. Usual techniques to achieve this are considering a colour wheel, and selecting colours that are either quite close to each other (colours that are only different in lightness or intensity do go together, but slight variations in the actual tone can also work), or relatively far or on different thirds (for example, cyan-orange-purple). Associations with and emotions connected to colours are equally important, and there are many guides for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. It is quite probable that these associations are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be very different in different cultures or for different people. The associations can even be contradictory, which makes it even more difficult to use them as a guide. Blue is often associated with productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is undoubtedly the colour of nature, and is considered to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow instead). Pink is thought to evoke kindness, nurturing, romance and calmness, while it was the choice for masculine clothing over many decades. Red is considered to be the colour of friendship, willpower, leadership, desire and anger, which is a very wide range of feelings. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger or importance, so you probably need to put it next to a neutral colour to allow the eye to rest. These emotions point in so many different directions that these guidelines seem to boil down to just this: pause and see what the colour means for you.

How do I measure the space to fit bookshelves in?

Measure the width and the depth of the floor area where you'd like to place bookshelves. The easiest way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the beginning down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the other edge. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to, ask a friend for help, or divide the distance into multiple parts. This can be done by either holding the tape down partway through and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and start a new measurement. If you would not like to draw on the floor, try putting down a pointy object like a pen there instead. You should avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't go like decorative strips. Also it may be necessary to measure the height of the space wherever the ceiling is low like in loft rooms.

How much space should one leave in front of bookshelves?

In order for bookshelves to be usable, it requires more space than just its size. You need to be able to access it and stand in front of it to access papers and other items stored on bookshelves, and if it has doors, it should be possible to open them. In general, you will need at least 40-60 cm in front of bookshelves for access. This means, for example, bookshelves that is 60 cm deep needs at least 100 cm space. Fortunately, this extra room does not need to be exclusive: access spaces of two or more pieces of furniture can overlap as long as this does not disrupt the flow and lead to people bumping into each other in, for example, an office setting.

From the history of furniture: Cottage ornaments Part 2

In the next Figure (327) is sbxm-n a miscellaneous group of figures, the soldier in the centre being the oldest and best. The watch-holder to the right is now mine, and is marked on the base " Milton." Imagine that poet in a sprigged matinee dictating Paradise"Lost " to his weary daughters! The next best piece in this group is the rooster. He is old and good, and this bird has al- ways been a favourite with the potters. Next in order of value and interest are the dogs, and the collecting of these animals alone occupies the attention of many dis tinguished collectors, some of them choosing only what is known as the " spotted dog." One collection already numbers two hundred and fifty pieces, each one differ ent. The dogs shown in Figure 327 are to my taste the least interesting of all the varieties. In the next picture, Figure 328, are shown two of my Own which are spirited and fine. The spotted one is by far the elder, and is per fect with the exception of a crack near the base. He is of bone paste, light and soft, and every time I look at him, particularly if it be near the full of the moon, I expect to hear him howl. He looks all ready to bay the moon. The recumbent dog is a faAAm-coloured grey hound, a lovely creature lying on a dark-blue cushion, in which is a small opening for a pen, as he is an inkstand. There are several other patterns of greyhounds, also guardians of ink, which I hope to acquire to make my collection complete. There is also a standing one with a hare in his mouth which is very nice, and one may get at least eight different patterns of greyhounds. There are also some small Pomeranians, like those to be seen in Figure 325. Indeed, the collecting of dogs is a most im-iting field, for when you have the greyhounds all com plete, there still remain the pointers, of which there are many patterns, before you come to the spaniel, which is "dog." in reality the spotted After you have all the dogs, whole dogs, which you can get, you can then take up the faces and masks, a branch of the subject which, though difficult, is engrossing. These heads of dogs and foxes were used as whistles, or for handles to canes and hunting crops, for paper-weights, and apparently for wall ornaments as well, since some of them are to be found life size. Sir Walter Gibney has a collection of seventy-three of these, nearly all of them of Stafford shire ware, ranging from the early mottled and agate or tortoise shell wares, to those of later times, which were coloured to life. There was hardly a firm of potters, whether of porcelain or pottery, which has not turned its hand to the making of dogs. Go where you will, at Worcester, at Bow, at Battersea, where they enam elled them, at Rockingham, at Chelsea, at Burslem, they all made dogs. Go to Holland and you will find the Dutchman had his favourites too, though he will colour them blue to keep his blue cows in company; but they are attractive for all that. Even from our own potteries came dogs of many colours and sizes, but those will be mentioned later.

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