I built a bookcase over Easter
Building a Bookcase Diorama of Georgian Dublin. I have reached peak boredom.
My Lego Bookstore in my bookcase
Public bookcase in my dad‘s town. You can take a book free of charge, read it in the neighboring park area or take it home with you and bring it back when you‘re done.
When life gives you a rotted soundboard, make a magnificent bookcase.
My father was tearing down a bookshelf and found this. Front: "Take notic [sic] of other side if you still read English" Back: "This bookcase has been build [sic] by John Karkonen [?] August 27, 1951 for Mr. Sosnick [?]. Price of the house at present is $25,000." The house is worth $350,000+ today.
Old, pre-Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings poster found behind an old bookcase
So I found this in our family bookcase, the spine facing down.. I'm their only daughter
Dutch Artists Paint Giant Bookcase On An Apartment Building Featuring Residents’ Favorite Books
I took a glance in my wife's grandmothers bookcase and saw this...
Bookcase in the Ceiling...
My friends dad turned an old fridge into a bookcase!
Pretty cool outdoor bookcase spotted in Amsterdam
Hidden Door Bookcase. Cat Friendly.
Hidden office behind a bookcase (x-post from /r/MostBeautiful)
Brought home an old bookcase. I find these duct taped to the bottom shelf.
A Neil Gaiman doodle on a bookcase at a bookstore in my hometown.
The offices of Steelhead Partners has a hidden bookcase entry door to a full-service pub. Bellevue, WA. [MIC].
A little while ago my grandmother was giving away some books, so I decided to start my own library. It's slow going, but today I finished filling my first bookcase!
I love this duo-function bookcase (triple, if you count it as a transportation device)
Jaguar Convertible with working Lights as a Hanging Bookcase in a Living Room [562 × 650]
Tomorrowland Dance Festival bookcase stage, Belgium.
Go home bookcase, you're drunk.
A local park/farm has a long wooded hiking trail. Around halfway through, there is a bookcase (stocked full with books) and some benches so you can sit down, read, and enjoy nature.
I built my first bookcase, by myself, when I was 8 years old. After 19 years I can finally say I have a true workshop.
Built this bookcase for my local Nature Center
Found this gem in the back of a bookcase at my parents house
MYDNA Twisted Bookcase - by Joel Escalona