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Storage Solutions for School Library Furniture

 By: Kathryn Dawson
The tenants of a school library can be counted with toes and fingers along. That is the librarian, her assistants and probably a few people who find solace in the library. Most people do their research online and do not feel comfortable going inside a library to study or do their homework for a number of reasons. It might look uninviting and drab with the same school library furniture it was built with centuries ago. It might need additional furniture like folding meeting room tables within an enclosed area where students can actually do study groups and group discussions or people do not generally like having to hang their coats at the back of chairs and would like for the library to actually invest on some cloakroom coat hooks. It could also be that the librarian is not too friendly or students might feel that the library is too cramped. There are a hundred reasons you can think of, really. To sum it up, it needs a change. Any kind of room, a classroom, a bedroom, a meeting room, needs to be redecorated once in awhile to make it inviting and appealing to its visitors, home owners or students. If you still have the same furniture twenty years back, then you should not even be surprised that you get seldom visitors in your library. It is high time to think about renovation. Even the most traditional churches get renovated once in awhile. The library is no exception. The library does not need to look traditional and austere looking for it to function. A library can be as beautiful as a hotel lounge and still be a library.

So to start with redecorating, space is always going to be an issue but there is a solution to that already. Use furniture that saves you space. Of course a library will always require certain furniture like book casings and desks where people will do their reading but they do not need to be hog the entire floor are. One way to do this is to determine how much furniture you need by making a list of what you already have. Based on this plan, accordingly and make sure the furniture you buy can accommodate everything.

Book storage is the most important furniture to invest on. For one, it needs to be extremely durable because books are heavy and it also needs to look beautiful as well as functional. Well lit bookshelves and book casings you can move around can help achieve this problem.

Desks are also an important piece of furniture because this is where people read and study. They do not have to look like they used too, long and boring. Purchase furniture that you can easily move around in the event that you would like to change the set up of your library or furniture that can change shape as needed. For instance, desks that can quickly be put together as a round meeting table when needed and can be taken apart for individual use. Opt for desks that allow for user storage too with ample space left for studying, reading or writing. Putting school bags, coats and laptop bags on the floor will only be additional clutter to the floor area. Provide a space where the user can store his essentials while studying, reading and writing while avoiding angering others beside them because of the clutter.

There is plenty of school library furniture that affords you functionality, storage and beauty at the same time. The vast variety can range from simple cloakroom coat hooks to folding meeting room tables to shelving storage space solutions. All that is need is a little insight and creativity in the planning process and drawing up drafts of how the space might look after. You can also ask for the expertise of an interior designer for the maximum allocation of space and the best furniture to adorn your library with. Again, a library does not need to follow tradition for it to serve its purpose so why not beautify it and attract more visitors with beautiful and functional furniture while promoting learning. It might be the most beautiful space in the entire institution but at the end of the day, it is still the library, only boasting of its glory.
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