DIY Octagon Rotating Bookshelf
“My kids love books, especially a good nighttime story or two. We have been collecting books over the years and really need a functional and stylish place to store them. I’ve had my eye on the PBteen Revolving Bookcase for some time and decided that is the answer to my storage problem. I planned to construct the bookshelf out of 3/4″ plywood. While planning out the design, I decided to forgo on the circles and switch to octagons because you can get a little more shelf for the same amount of wood. Not to mention, it’s a little easier to build.”
I have two kids who are fortunate enough to have a very full playroom. And while we’ve tried different methods of organizing all the toys and the books in the playroom, this rotating bookshelf has been a favorite of ours lately. I love it because it’s easy for the kids to put their toys and books away easily and my kids love it because it’s easy for them to find what they want. (As opposed to those fabric bins they can’t see through.) Plus, it only took my husband about a weekend to build! If you’re looking for a fun and easy storage solution, I encourage you to build one of these bookshelves too.