A novel idea
Take a look at these unique storage and bookcase ideas
The Haynes from Bungalow 5 features beveled glass and mirror insets to give your storage space a twinkle.
Topped off with a brass cladding, the Mass bookstand from Tom Dixon will develop a natural patina over time, creating a stunning backdrop for your favorite books.
Just in case the titles on display aren’t enough to entice curious guests, the bright colors of the Snowdrop shelving unit from Stray Dog Designs are sure to.
Doubling as a chic shelf and an unconventional bookmark, the Booken from Lemamobili is perfect for that bibliophile that has multiple books going at once.
Not one to be tucked away in a corner of the room, The Albero from Poltrona Frau is a freestanding piece capable of storing books at various levels.
This rhombus-shaped shelf—the Romboidale from Pietro Russo—doubles as a decorative room divider, lending as much privacy as you have books to fill it.
With a unique layered look that gradually tapers toward the top, the Claude Modular System Three-Piece Etagere offers a unique combination of bookcase and storage space.
With more dips and curves than your favorite plot twist, these shelves from Haworth present a creative storage solution.
Looking as if it should be stacked with dusty tomes sporting well-worn leather spines, the Augustus Etagere exudes sophistication.
Resembling something out of a futuristic sci-fi, the Cloud bookshelf from Cappellini can be assembled and reassembled into a myriad of designs.
Simple and practical, the Bookshelf from Cappellini is for avid readers looking to store a large collection.