Q1. What are the dimensions of a Island Shelf unit?
The dimensions of a island shelf unit are Length: 1310 mm, Breadth: 1300 mm, and height: 1400 mm.
Q2. What is Bookcase?
The bookcase is a piece of furniture designed for the storage or display of books or other printed material. It has horizontal shelves and can be used in private, and public areas. It varies in height and can go up to ceiling height.
Q3. Use of Island shelf unit?
Island shelf units are used to store books and other printed documents in the library and commercial buildings. This type of shelf unit has two faces and has benefits over wall shelf units.
Q4. Difference between Bookshelf and Bookcase?
- A bookcase is a close-sided unit that encases books and it is designed to sit on the floor.
- A bookshelf does not have encased ends and is usually designed to hang on a wall.
- Bookcases tend to be more traditional than bookshelves and are often installed as permanent recessed fixtures in a home.
- Bookshelves are not usually permanent fixtures. They also tend to be more modern in style.