Lonny Mag viaStylish bookshelves are filled with more than just books. Filling shelves with books, objects and collections makes each shelf a unique vignette.
Happy Mundane viaShelving books in blocks of color is a popular styling trick for bookshelves. Love the yellow bookshelves that add a pop of color all on their own.
Flickr viaPainted or papered back of the shelves adds an unexpected splash of color or pattern to bookshelves. This is an easy DIY project for new or existing bookshelves that makes them feel custom.
Lonny Mag viaLighting on bookshelves can make even standard built-ins or freestanding shelves feel more stylish. Turning some books so the cover faces out or adding art to the shelves adds visual interest.
The Glamourai viaArranging books in blocks and stacks can add style to bookshelves. Think about blocks of color or stripes as you mix up books and accessories. We think a dual purpose dining room/library is one of the most functional dining room design ideas we've seen in a while.
Chic Tip viaDark shelves add drama and draw the eye to the objects on them. Painting built-ins black or another rich color would change the look and feel of the shelves, and room, completely.
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Find unique and stylish shelves for books and objects that become a focal point in a room. Look for vintage and antique bookshelves at flea markets, antique shops and online.
Architectural Digest viaA glass front bookcase makes for stylish storage for books and objects. This stylish example is from the new furniture collection from Dwell Studio. Think I'm going to add this one to my interior design wish list. Susi is a seasoned writer for Design Shuffle which is a popular resource for design ideas online. Head on over there and get some ideas from Los Angeles interior designers, Chicago interior designers and more