Some of the shelves were created by talented DIYers, some by professional carpenters, and others by folks who just took a simple concept and made it outstanding. This Indulgy poster simply stood a beautiful log in a corner of a room and installed corner shelves around it, creating a gorgeous touch of rustic that complements the fur rug and sparse decor.
The Pointer family built this stunning bookcase by spending six months carefully disassembling a baby grand piano that had been damaged beyond repair. It is now a stunning entryway piece for the couple.
This bookshelf reflects London architect Andrei Saltykov’s passion for the United States. There are mini-lights positioned in the locations of major cities, and Alaska and Hawaii bookshelves are installed in separate rooms of the house.
Simply extending the step boards of a staircase can take your reading to another level! This sleek design fits right into a modern decor plan.
Who needs shelves at all? Introduce a little magic into your home with “invisible” bookshelves. Stacks of books appear to float along the wall!
Venezuelan lawyer Veronica shared her amazing bookshelf design with Apartment Therapy. “I needed a library, but it had to be different, so I made one inspired by a mandala. I think the carpenter did a great job, exactly what I designed!” Veronica said.
Wait, what? How do these books stay on the shelf? Or, rather, under the shelf? Believe it or not, you can make these eye-bending, inverted bookshelves yourself!
Purchase this amazing bookshelf by French designer Olivier Dollé, and you’ll have your own library system, with several branches!
No need to get up to get a book when you’re lounging in this “biblio-chaise” by Instructables contributor Darko. Made from plywood and pine, this chair holds about 18′ of books.
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