Leaning bookcase, sometimes called a ladder bookshelf, similar to a bookcase a ladder is inclined, in that it leans against a wall. Also as a ladder is inclined shelving typically fairly narrow, though wider than most increases. Instead of a ladder pin has a slanted shelves. Leaning bookcases are usually relatively modern appearance and is also very versatile. In a bedroom, for example, you can use in a variety of ways.
Place a leaning bookcase against wall beside your bed instead of a traditional nightstand. Lower shelves can hold all items that are handy to have close by at night as a box of tissues, your alarm clock, a small lamp, and a small bowl for jewelry. Use upper shelves for items that you do not necessarily need to reach middle of night, as framed pictures, ornaments and books.
A leaning bookcase makes a beautiful display unit. Setting up your collection of football trophies, framed pictures, autographed baseballs, bubbleheads, ceramic unicorns or whatever it is you love to collect. Make your bedroom into your own personal reading room by completing a leaning bookcase with your favorite books. You will enjoy pulling a book off shelf every night for a little reading before turning out light and go to sleep. Leaning bookcases are typically open on sides, so place your books in stacks or using bookends may be necessary.