Books are great friends and there are many of us they love to book reading in their spare and free time! They just only avoid us to get bored but also a big source to get useful info about each and every department you are interested in! So these treasures of knowledge should be not wasted in anyway, we should definitely provide them a bit extra care to avoid wear and tear of them! Bookcases always work great while it is a matter of handling the book piles and they just provide them also a visually attractive display along with secured type of storage! Are you really suffering from a dire need of a bookshelf? Not having enough money to buy it from the nearby market?
Then go with this DIY pallet and beadboard bookcase with 4 shelving levels! The awesome piece of bookshelf has been recovered from two different reclaimed woods and is much cost-effective and can even be free of cost if you have some leftover beadboards! It has been finished in red using the polycrylic paint and then stained the lock the wooden integrity for a longer time period, polyurethane has also been used to seal all the wooden surfaces and also to provide overcoming luster and sparkle to wood grains!