How to choose a tall bookcase
Whether you’re an avid book reader and want to create a home library, or just like the idea of shelving to display your treasured decorative accessories, bookcases are a versatile addition to your home.
Our tall bookcases are perfect for adding interest to rooms, offering a blank canvas that can be filled with things that bring personality and warmth into your decor – all key elements when creating the home you love.
Quality that’s built to last
Using quality materials that are designed to stand the test of time is an important feature of our cabinetry. Our bookcases are made from solid hardwood and are sturdy enough to hold the weight of all your favourite titles, with our designs featuring either four or five shelves that can be filled to your heart’s content.
Some of our tall bookcases include one or two drawers to provide additional hidden storage that’s perfect for tidying remotes, keys, documents, and more.
Match with your style
From country cottages to modern new builds, our extensive collection of tall bookcases are designed to suit a range of different property styles and room set ups.
If you favour a farmhouse look, choose from one of our rustic oak bookcases that are finished with wax to add an antique feel. For those who love Scandi influences, go for a natural oak style that has a more minimalist aesthetic, while our industrial-inspired bookcases are perfect for injecting a bit of urban cool to your home.
We also offer a range of painted tall bookcases in a choice of neutral colourways, encompassing warm cream, inky blue, almond grey, sage green and dark grey, that look beautiful paired with an assortment of room palettes.
It’s all in the detail
We know how important design details are so we made sure that our tall bookcases have attractive features such as turned feet, curved or bevelled edges, attention-grabbing hardware, dovetail joints, and beautiful wood grain patterns.
Styling your bookcases
While it can be tempting to cram your shelving full of books, when styling, think about putting the bigger, heavier tomes at the bottom and smaller titles further up to balance out the overall look. Consider stacking coffee table books on their side to play with different heights, or try colour coding the book spines for strong visual appeal.
Use decorative bookends to section off your shelves and use accessories, houseplants and picture frames to add detail, interest, and really make your bookshelf personal to you and your space.
Shop now and discover our wide range of tall bookcases, with styles for every home.