Mid century modern bookshelf design is characterized by clean lines and interesting combinations of materials. Working on the design principle “is less” mid-century designer’s visual interest created by the combination of metal and wood.
A quick trip to a store home improvement will provide all the materials you need to create a mid century modern bookshelf. Combine a wall unit with shelves shelving to create a beautiful, functional piece. Use a stud finder to locate the studs in the ceiling. Check posts in the area you want the shelving unit to be on the roof with a pencil.
Cut the 3/4 inch plywood on four planks. Each plank must measure 10 centimeters wide by 4 meters long. If desired, paint the plywood boards with latex paint. Use a foam brush to apply long, even strokes, moving in the same direction as the wood grain. Take two of the flanges of the floor and place them on the floor spaced 4 meters away and directly under the studs in the ceiling that has marked in step 1. Screw the tabs in place with screws 2 inches. Thread a threaded pipe flange on each floor. Mid century modern bookshelf is very interesting for considerations.