Every story begins with a comfortable seat and a perfect shelf. Creating a comfortable and inviting environment for young minds should be a number one priority. This is so young minds can read, flourish and learn to their maximum abilities.
Our range of library furniture is designed specifically for your young reader in mind. Dive into our collection of tailored library furniture that will inspire and cultivate a love for reading in your learning setting. Not only can you use these pieces of furniture in your library, but they can also be used for classroom reading corners or book corners.
Choosing the right library furniture is important for supporting a child’s development and should be versatile, durable and customisable. Great library furniture encourages children to enjoy reading.
Each of our library furniture units is crafted with care, ensuring not only durability but also adding a splash of colour and creativity to keep young minds engaged. In addition to this, all of our furniture pieces have been designed with child-safe materials and rounded edges to ensure your little ones are safe to explore and grow.
At Early Years Resources, we also believe in creating a better world for our children. Our eco-friendly range ensures a greener tomorrow for your children on one piece of furniture at a time.
Introducing shelves that don’t just books, but adventures and fairytales. Our collection captures the essence of childhood wonder whilst keeping your setting organised. Browse for our extensive range of book shelving including double-sided straight shelves, open bookcase shelves, beech bookshelving, four tired fixed shelves and three tired fixed shelves
Every child’s book collection is a treasure trove of adventures, dreams and lessons. Our curated range of bookcases offers each book a special place. Browse our extensive range of bookcases including double-sided bookcases, open bookcases with wicker baskets, tired bookcases with trays and even hinged bookcases!
There are many different pieces of furniture that can be incorporated within a learning setting library. These include:
There are various ways you can make your school library more inviting. Some great ways include:
Utilise bright and welcoming colours - using warm and bright colours can be incorporated via furniture, rugs, walls and decorative elements.