Surround yourself with your own library as you sit back and relax on this bookcase chair. If you love books more than anything else, you’d always want them by your side and never part from them. Of course, having a bookshelf to store and showcase your collection is always a must for bookworms like you. And if you’re spending most of your time sitting next to your book collection then why not merge your bookshelf and your chair into one piece of furniture?
Creative designers have been conceptualizing multifunction furniture with the goal of maximizing living space while ensuring accessibility and comfort. This bookcase chair, for example, features a luxury club chair having the essence of a built-in library. With 27 feet of shelving for book built around a deep seat, you can lounge in comfort while being enveloped by your own book collection. You can have your favorite books within reach and may never want to leave your luxurious reading nook ever again.
This handmade bookcase chair features a fully upholstered, button-tufted seat complete with backrest and armrests to provide ultimate comfort. Covered in silk and satin fabric, it features a refined lustre to add a dose of style and elegance into your home. The seat can be upholstered in any material of your choice. Furthermore, you can also choose your desired color if the ones on the photos are not to your liking. By default, the veneer surface comes in black finish but you can opt to change the stain at additional cost. Just send your customization details to the seller upon checking out.
Overall, the bookcase chair measures 37.5 inches wide, 31.5 inches high, and 33.5 inches deep. The cushioned seat measures 24 inches wide, 18 inches high, and 23.75 inches deep. The total length of the integrated shelving is 27 feet with the top and middle shelves measuring 8.25 inches each and the bottom shelf measuring 9 inches. One satisfied customer wrote:
“Love it! I couldn’t wait to fill it my favorite books. It’s sturdy and beautiful. I know the chair will be treasured for generations to come”