Since all of us here are readers I figured I would share a bookcase I designed and built last year. It has since come to my attention (usually around midnight with a loud thud!) that the peg connections on the back of the shelflettes weren't terribly durable. So I've been working on replacing them with keyhole hangers (like the stationary connection on a chain lock for a door) that are much stronger and won't slip on me.
I always got frustrated with bookcases that had movable shelves, only because I almost always ended up wasting a lot of space with one really tall book. So I wracked my brain--and what a struggle it was--to try and solve the problem. Here's the result:
Closer look at the scroll-work on top.
Underneath of the shelflette.
Detail of the back of the shelflette.
Bottom half of the case. Part of my TP collection is in there.
It is said that your life flashes before your eyes just before you die. That is true, it's called Life. [The Last Continent]