Come in here to seek help or offer suggestions on great ways to display your collections! I'll get things started and share my great love of Swedish pre-fab furniture..... I know that for myself and a LOT of collectors, IKEA is your best friend for shelving and display cases. Their Detolf is a huge seller among collectors - they're glass cases that are about 6' tall with 4 shelves. You can put lights in them. They are HEAVY (like 100 lbs of glass and particle board,) but they are also inexpensive at $59 each you really can't beat them. I once put one together by myself, I still don't quite know how I managed that. I paid someone to put my second one together. IKEA also has their Billy bookcases. These come in a variety of widths, heights, and colors. White are their cheapest ones. Currently their largest White Billy is on sale for $59 - $10 off. Colored versions are $79. You can buy glass doors to go on them also. Billy's are really easy to assemble. I used to be able to fling and put together the smaller ones in a really short period of time. The tall ones are heavy (they're particle board) but they do last. A lot of the cases that are similar at Walmart or Target etc are a lot flimsier than a Billy. I've moved mine across town 3 times to new places and they didn't crack, break, or get scratched. They're pretty tough. I also had my Detolfs move that number of times they moved in tact and again took zero damage to them. They're tough. IKEA has lots of other shelves in different styles that are more expensive. They also have free floating shelves that you can hang on walls as well. They occasionally put out other sorts of display cases, so they're a good place to keep watching. What are your favorite shelves and display items?