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    Quote Originally Posted by turtlex View Post
    My problem with finding a nice bookcase is that the one's I find, shipping or freight only deliver to the front door... and I live up three flights of stairs at an apartment. The delivery stops at the front door of the aparment building - not at my apartment! So, I can never find exactly what I want and get it in my place.

    I understand having to pay extra for something nice that is going to last, but there's no way I could get it up all those stairs, so literally, I can't get the bookcases I would like to.

    Right now, I just have basic bookcases that I got at Staples - they deliver to the door. Yeah, they're the simple one's that you have to assemble yourself, but they do the job.

    I am bookmarking some cool ones that oy-the-brave linked up above, because one day, I am going to have the library of my dreams...
    In looking at the link for the Hale barrister ones, delivery's free (to the street/door), but for an additional cost they WILL deliver in-house and unbox, etc. No clue what the price is, but it might be worth a phone call or email! I'm actually thinking about those myself - it's time for a change here!


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    Bob-

    We caught a glipse of your set-up downstairs in your house in the Collectors magazine (I may have the name wrong), but I think we would all love for you to post pictures of the different walls in your Collections room, bookcases and artwork. That would be a rather nice holiday gift for us all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    These are cheap ones from Ikea. you assemble yourself, but the price was nice.

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    That is just a beautiful set-up and display. I wish mine was as attractive. My cases are simply functional and have closed lockable doors. They are not at all beautiful.
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    So it seems there are two similar Ikea cases:

    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S49831464
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    http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S89847632

    But the second one doesn't have any dimensions.

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    The first link is the one (actually I have 3 side by side) I have, in a Birch Veneer.

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    Looks like it's taller than the second Ikea bookcase, but by how much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizardsrainbow View Post
    Bob-

    We caught a glipse of your set-up downstairs in your house in the Collectors magazine (I may have the name wrong), but I think we would all love for you to post pictures of the different walls in your Collections room, bookcases and artwork. That would be a rather nice holiday gift for us all.
    I'll start working on it. I'm not the best photographer but perhaps with some trial and error......

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    Yipee!
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    That's a cool present!
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    RF, your display looks great! But I'd still prefer the kind that lock.

    Quote Originally Posted by carlosdetweiller View Post
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    I have been buying the Hale 300 series Barrister bookcases for many years. You can get them from a number of outlets but this one, Blue Hen, has been good for me.

    http://www.bluehen.com/bookcases-woo...s-c-26_70.html
    Bob, how high do you stack these sectionals? 3 high? 4? more?

    Also, do you buy the standard height and/or depth? Or do you go with the taller and/or deeper options?

    The 300 series looks good, but I like the 800 series too.

    Especially of interest is the option for locks on each of the doors - which is a definite plus with young kids in the house. I'm not seeing the lock option on the other links in this thread.

    The downside is that the all-in cost sure adds up for this nice of a product.
    5 high is as tall as my ceilings will allow. For the most part I hang artwork on the walls where I want it and fill in the gaps with bookcases. So I go 5 high between paintings and 2 to 3 high beneath the paintings as space allows. The stackable feature of the barrister bookcases allows for great flexibility and I can rearrange everything anytime I wish.

    I buy the biggest ones available, 12" interior height, I think.
    Bob, thanks for the additional information. Five high would be perfect. Any chance you might post a photo or three of yours?

    For comparison:
    Standard section (outside): 13 1/8" H x 34 1/4" W x 11 1/2" D
    Extra Tall / Extra Deep section (outside): 15 1/8" H x 34 1/4" W x 13 1/2" D


    Edit: I was responding from the previous page in the thread apparently. I see now that you are already working on pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post


    Edit: I was responding from the previous page in the thread apparently. I see now that you are already working on pics.
    Yes. I started a thread in the Collections area for those who are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosdetweiller View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post


    Edit: I was responding from the previous page in the thread apparently. I see now that you are already working on pics.
    Yes. I started a thread in the Collections area for those who are interested.
    Sweet!



    For clarification regarding those dimensions I posted above for the Hale Bannister bookshelves: The 300 series does not come in the "extra deep" option, only the 800 series offers that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oy-the-brave View Post
    Here is where I got mine, not top end but nice and a LOT of different styles/sizes.

    http://www.homedecorators.com/
    Dave, which ones specifically do you have? And how tall is the interior measurement? (i.e. which books won't fit?) Thanks.

    I love the Hale bookcases that Bob posted, but for less than a third of the price, I'm now considering this one (even though it doesn't lock):

    http://www.homedecorators.com/P/Craf..._Bookcase/110/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by oy-the-brave View Post
    Here is where I got mine, not top end but nice and a LOT of different styles/sizes.

    http://www.homedecorators.com/
    Dave, which ones specifically do you have? And how tall is the interior measurement? (i.e. which books won't fit?) Thanks.

    I love the Hale bookcases that Bob posted, but for less than a third of the price, I'm now considering this one (even though it doesn't lock):

    http://www.homedecorators.com/P/Craf..._Bookcase/110/
    Patrick, I did not get the barrister style even though I love the look they did not seem as practical as the type with adjustable shelves, plus the ones I got were available in 24", 36" and 48" wide so I was able to fill my space perfectly by getting the right combination. The link is to the bookcases I got:


    Another benifit to the 2 door type is it would be pretty easy to add a lock.
    http://www.homedecorators.com/P/Oxfo...ass_Doors/210/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randall Flagg View Post
    These are cheap ones from Ikea. you assemble yourself, but the price was nice.

    Link


    Well, I really like my barrister cases.
    However, I have to say that I wish I had seen these Ikea cases before I had gotten those... because I am positively green with envy over this display!! I'm not sure, but it could also have something to do with the contents of the cases themselves
    Amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oy-the-brave View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by oy-the-brave View Post
    Here is where I got mine, not top end but nice and a LOT of different styles/sizes.

    http://www.homedecorators.com/
    Dave, which ones specifically do you have? And how tall is the interior measurement? (i.e. which books won't fit?) Thanks.

    I love the Hale bookcases that Bob posted, but for less than a third of the price, I'm now considering this one (even though it doesn't lock):

    http://www.homedecorators.com/P/Craf..._Bookcase/110/
    Patrick, I did not get the barrister style even though I love the look they did not seem as practical as the type with adjustable shelves, plus the ones I got were available in 24", 36" and 48" wide so I was able to fill my space perfectly by getting the right combination. The link is to the bookcases I got:

    Another benefit to the 2 door type is it would be pretty easy to add a lock.
    http://www.homedecorators.com/P/Oxfo...ass_Doors/210/
    Thanks, Dave. Great minds think alike, or something. I was pondering whether I'd always be a bit disappointed if I couldn't store the extra tall books inside - a problem I would have with barrister-style, but not with an adjustable style. After perusing that site some more, I just came in here to add a link to that same bookcase. That one is now my odds-on favorite, specifically the 6-shelf 48" Wide model, color to be determined upon consultation with my wife.

    Dave, would you mind posting a photo of yours?
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    Patrick here is a pic of the bookcases this one shows starting from the left 2 - 48" wide, 1 24" wide and 1 36" wide.

    I made the mistake of having these painted because the "merlot" color was a much brighter red than I expected, the guy who said he could match them better to the darker red of the shot glass cases and fireplace mantle was full of it and it became a disaster.


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    Awesome set-ups Jerome and Dave! Very nice.
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    Thanks for posting that photo, Dave. Sorry the paint job didn't go as planned. Glad I was going to skip that merlot color anyway.
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    Somehow the couple with a billion books ( my beau & I) moved in together & realized that by virtue of each our divorces & books being in storage for awhile the only bookcase we had was the one full of the publications he uses for work. We needed more shelf for less money & settled on the giant cube model from ikea (expedit) although I have been promised a glass doored case for my collection somewhere down the line.
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    Ves, feel free to post a photo when you have it all loaded up.


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    Dave, do you own the taller books? I don't see a tall shelf with 'Salem's Lot S/L or GE, EOTD, My Pretty Pony, etc. - or am I missing something?

    Also: What's the story on all those shot glasses?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Ves, feel free to post a photo when you have it all loaded up.


    - - - - -

    Dave, do you own the taller books? I don't see a tall shelf with 'Salem's Lot S/L or GE, EOTD, My Pretty Pony, etc. - or am I missing something?

    I had to sell in the past most of the King s/l, I have re-aquired a few but mostly I have the DT s/l's and they are in a different bookcase in my bedroom where all the DT art is.

    Also: What's the story on all those shot glasses?
    I used to buy different mementos when I would go somewhere but I found over time that shotglasses were the best as they are small and did not take up as much space. When I set up the library I found a company that made the nice cabinets so I could finally display them. I now rate a trip by how many shotglasses I can get I have them from all the different cities, restaurants, events etc. I have been to.

    Here is my bookcase that has the books most important to me (it's a bit of a mess right now):



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    Quote Originally Posted by oy-the-brave View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Ves, feel free to post a photo when you have it all loaded up.


    - - - - -

    Dave, do you own the taller books? I don't see a tall shelf with 'Salem's Lot S/L or GE, EOTD, My Pretty Pony, etc. - or am I missing something?

    I had to sell in the past most of the King s/l, I have re-aquired a few but mostly I have the DT s/l's and they are in a different bookcase in my bedroom where all the DT art is.

    Also: What's the story on all those shot glasses?
    I used to buy different mementos when I would go somewhere but I found over time that shotglasses were the best as they are small and did not take up as much space. When I set up the library I found a company that made the nice cabinets so I could finally display them. I now rate a trip by how many shotglasses I can get I have them from all the different cities, restaurants, events etc. I have been to.

    Here is my bookcase that has the books most important to me (it's a bit of a mess right now):



    Off topic, sorry- where did you get those shot glass cases? I do the same thing on all my vacations I take and I need a decent place to display my shot glasses....
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    Oy,

    Does all the glass shelves hold your collectible and reading copies or do you store your reading copies elsewhere?. Those are nice bookcases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by at_one View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by oy-the-brave View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Patrick View Post
    Ves, feel free to post a photo when you have it all loaded up.


    - - - - -

    Dave, do you own the taller books? I don't see a tall shelf with 'Salem's Lot S/L or GE, EOTD, My Pretty Pony, etc. - or am I missing something?

    I had to sell in the past most of the King s/l, I have re-aquired a few but mostly I have the DT s/l's and they are in a different bookcase in my bedroom where all the DT art is.

    Also: What's the story on all those shot glasses?
    I used to buy different mementos when I would go somewhere but I found over time that shotglasses were the best as they are small and did not take up as much space. When I set up the library I found a company that made the nice cabinets so I could finally display them. I now rate a trip by how many shotglasses I can get I have them from all the different cities, restaurants, events etc. I have been to.

    Here is my bookcase that has the books most important to me (it's a bit of a mess right now):



    Off topic, sorry- where did you get those shot glass cases? I do the same thing on all my vacations I take and I need a decent place to display my shot glasses....
    Here is a link to the site I believe I got them from (it has been a couple of years)

    http://www.displaygifts.com/shotglas...FQUWGgod0G4PDA

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