Fantasy Fields Cracked Rose Wooden Children’s Bookcase
Last updated date: September 17, 2020
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This bookcase for children's rooms makes for an excellent focal point, as it's both decorative and coloful. Children will have three upper shelves to store as many as 50 books. The bottom drawer offers extra storage space for stuffed animals, building blocks or clothing. In our analysis of 47 expert reviews, the Fantasy Fields Fantasy Fields Cracked Rose Wooden Children's Bookcase placed 2nd when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
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From The Manufacturer
Learning is promoted and creativity is inspired with Fantasy Fields' Magic Garden Bookcase. Perfect for storing books and displaying awards, this 3 shelved floral creation is sure to be a hit. Hand painted and hand carved with high quality sturdy wood, and convenient 2 drawer storage with dragonfly and bumble bee pulls. The bookcase also offers 2 hooks so it can be secured to the wall, so there’s no chance of it tipping over. Pair the book shelf and the magic garden rocker together, and you’ve got quite the pair. Some assembly required. Perfect for ages 3 and up.
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An Overview On Bookcases For Children's Rooms
Help your children get organized with bookcases for their storytime favorites. There are countless designs to accommodate every style. Whether the child’s room is tiny or generous in size, you will find a bookcase that will fit just right in their space. And the traditional wooden bookcase is no longer your only option.
First, let’s consider what will work for little ones the best. Little hands and little minds can have a tough time coordinating putting a book on the bookcase while holding a row of books up. For those first years, it might be a good idea for a sling storage book rack. The Humble Crew Kids Book Rack Storage Bookshelf is an excellent option in this style. It offers four slings in descending order so your child can see all the books at a glance. This style makes it easy for kids to drop books right in the slings and it also saves a little bit of space if the room is small.
If your space is really small and your little one has just started their collection of books, consider a table-top unit. There are models that have a beautiful manger-style caddy that cradles the books making it easy for little kids to place books in neatly. They typically have a shelf underneath that can accommodate even more books or little trinkets for greater organization.
When you want a bookcase that will grow with your child and can handle heavy books without a problem, wood is your best option. Wood can handle everything from large books to heavy figurines and other decorative items. Look for a bookcase with a solid construction that can grow with your child through teen and possibly even college years. A wooden bookcase is something that will last for years to come.
Time with your little ones is so fleeting and when you have the time to stop and read and explore with them, you want the books to be easily accessible. Take the time to find the best bookcase for your child’s room and you will find storytime with them is easy and organized.
DWYM Fun Fact
John Danner invented a revolving bookcase in 1876 and patented it. The bookcase had a pivot feature that would allow it to turn. His design was loved for its efficient use of space. His design won a gold medal at the Paris International Exhibition in 1878.
The Bookcase For Children's Rooms Buying Guide
- Make sure the bookcase you choose is made of a material that is safe for children.
- Measure your space before purchasing a bookcase for the room.
- Use an anchor bracket on tall bookcases to prevent them from tipping over. This is important, as little ones often try to climb on taller pieces of furniture.