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Book storage round-up

There are MANY projects I need to tackle in my house. One of them is turning the room on the third floor into a library. Currently all of my books and magazines are in piles on the floor in that room (along with all of our excess furniture) and it is driving me crazy that I don't have them organized and cannot access them easily. Unfortunately this project is not at the top of the to-do list, so in the meantime I thought I would do a round-up of rooms with bookcases, shelving...some really amazing ways books have been stored and put on display, so I can dream of the day when I have my library all set.

Architectural Digest Spain

Elle Interior Sweden

Heart Home Magazine


The Design Files

Architectural Digest Spain

Heart Home Magazine

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How to fake a bay window

This is a fantastic idea - build some bookcases on either side of a window and you end up with storage, a window seat and throw in some mirrors and trim and you have the cutest little reading nook in a 'bay window'. Via Granit.


Halard - Halard noteworthy spaces

Possibly one of the best spaces I have seen in months. I am going to dream about this ALL DAY. (All photos via Halard - Halard)

There is something about those narrow steel rods...that shelving....

That fireplace with that mirror....those beams....

That sink...the floor....

Those black walls....that ragged bed cover...

That bathroom!


A book lover's dream

This is any book lover's dream - tons and tons of book storage that is far from your typical row of Ikea Billy bookcases. If I had this shelving I would spend my days scouring book stores. It is the perfect excuse. By Feldman Architecture


Display tips

Not sure how to create the perfect art wall? Start with a row where the bottom of the frames line up, and then add art above each print in that row. Easy peasy! Via Domus Nova

Do you have a tall hallway and lots of books, or movies, or any other collection you aren't sure what to do with? Add shelving along the top (so no one bonks their head). Voilà!