Examples Classroom Desktop Bookshelves for Teacher Desks are book racks, book stands, space savers, small bookshelves, and bookshelf trees. These shelves allow for you to store books without taking up much space. Many of them have tiers to that you can maximize on vertical storage. These stands can also fit on countertops in your classroom. See different types of classroom desktop bookshelves for teacher desks below.
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Classroom Desktop Bookshelves for Teacher Desks
If you want to keep some books right on your teacher desk, these are some shelving options that would work for the classroom.
A shelf display rack: This three-tier bookshelf can be handy for storing books and binders on your teacher desk.
A small book rack: If you only want to keep a few books on your teacher table, you can use a simple book rack. This rack comes as a pair of two in the set. This is one of the most popular types of classroom desktop bookshelves for teacher desks.
A rack for a virtual teaching supplies: This teacher uses a book rack to hold supplies for virtual teaching for her home office desk.
A minimalistic clear acrylic book stand: I personally love using clear storage because it does not add clutter to a space. I like having a minimalistic feel around me. So, I would recommend a clear storage rack for books that stays right on your desk.
A space saver for teacher desks: If you need more vertical space on your small teacher desk, use a space saver with multiple levels to hold your classroom stationaries, hand sprays, phone, etc.
A bookshelf tree: There are unusual bookshelves that are very practical. This one is also very beautiful, it’s like looking at art. It’s called a bookshelf tree. Think of it as a decorative way to have vertical storage of books on your desk. This one of the trendiest classroom desktop bookshelves for teacher desks, because it has a ‘zen’ look that is trending these days.
I hope you have found helpful ideas for classroom desktop bookshelves for teacher desks in this post. I have more tips for making the most of your classroom desk, such as: a post about short filing cabinets that can fit under a teacher desk, and a tutorial on how to give your desk a makeover. Enjoy!