If you love books and your books are indispensable for you, this article is for you. A bookworm always has a library. A beautiful and creative library whet every bookworm’s appetite.
Here are 10 creative ways to organize and display your books. Plus, if you are the DIY type, these will serve as a great source of inspiration for your own version of a creative bookshelf.
1. The Invisible Book Shelf
This bookshelf, which holds up to 15 pounds of books, screws directly into a wall. The maximum stack height is 16-Inches. All hardware is included so all you need is a screwdriver. The Conceal Book Shelf, which has already won design awards, is innovative, inspirational, and imaginative.
Designer: Miron Lior
2. Mr. X Bookshelf
This industrial-style bookcase transforms heavy iron pipes into a modern feel that will add a sense of history and character to any space. This looks cozy and cool!
Designer: Stella Bleu Designs
3. Has Been Read / Will Be Read
The simple way to organize your books into “read” and “read”. When we look at an ordinary bookshelf, we see a boring stack of books where all the books are lost in each other. Even when we buy a new book and plan to read it later, it quickly gets mixed up and forgets. The purpose of the “TarGetBooks” design is to eliminate this problem and to classify your books easily.
Designer: Mebrure Oral
From a certain angle, this structure does not look like a bookshelf, but more like a piece of art that looks like slits in the wall surface. Since the shelves are made diagonally, you can only see the books from one side. It has a very cool look.
Designer: Victor Vasilev
5. Bookworm Bookshelf
This shelf, which has worm-like curves, will look very beautiful on your wall. Thanks to the separators between them, your books can easily stand on them. It looks beautiful even in the dark.
Design by Kartell
6. Wooden Book Rack
This is a custom-made hanging bookshelf from oak wood. Comes with 12 pins so you can add your books and remove them as needed. Your books hang suspended and look beautiful as decoration.
7. Read Your Bookcase
Nominated as the Selected Design in the Young & Design 2010, this stylish bookshelf will always work as a good reminder to read what you have put in it. This bookshelf looks cool and stylish. It will add an elegant atmosphere to space.
Designer: Eva Alessandrini & Roberto Saporiti
8. The Cat-Library
100% Cat-Friendly Modular Bookcase. The modules are designed to form a step for the cat and there is a basket at the top point. A unique design for curious cats.
Designer: Corentin Dombrecht
9. Tree Bookshelf
This bookcase has been transformed into a beautiful corner bookcase with wooden partitions placed on the tree trunk. It looks simple and cozy.
Booktree shelves have a very minimal, simple, and creative design. Thanks to the branches of the tree trunk, shelves for books are formed. It takes your library from ordinary to another level.
Designer: Kostas Syrtariotis