The Most Dynamic Bookcase in the World, The Citybook Modular Bookcase

It’s about time.  It’s about time to diversify your living space.  Enter in the Most Dynamic Bookcase in the World, the Citybook Modular Bookcase.  Unlike a static bookcase, a fashion buff could easily rearrange their bookcase to change the whole room.  With the use of many kinds of bookcases, from freestanding to wall mounted, the Citybook Modular Bookcase has it covered.  Though this may sound like a sales pitch, we at RareDelights just think that this is how furniture should be made.  The owner should be able to move the furniture and re-position it, making the room dynamically change with the whims and wishes of the owner of the home.

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Who likes static rooms anyways?  Moving around furniture throughout the year can help you continue to like your home.  This modular bookcase would add to any home, and would make it seem that much more elegant.  Having guests over multiple times would allow this piece to be a cornerstone of your home, standing as a conversation piece for you and your guests.

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Other than just being a good idea in general for furniture, we at RareDelights really want one of these in our office.  If you guys want one too, head over to IPPinka’s Website and let them know that you want them product to get past the design stage.

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Original Post at IPPinka.

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