Where do you keep the books in your house? If right now they are lost on the dining table, the living room rack or on your bed, you immediately need a special place to organize your books. And one of the best options for this are the shelves for books.
Book shelves are mega-functional items. They are beautiful, do not take up space in the environment, are cheap, combine with any type of decoration, are easy to find and available in an immense variety of colors and shapes.
The most common models of shelves for books are those of MDF, which can be both in raw tone, as colorful and customized. Another option of shelf for books are those made of pallet, guaranteeing a sustainable and ecological look to the decoration. Even though wooden book shelves are the most popular, it is still possible to choose different materials such as glass, metal and even plastic.
But if what you really want is to invest in a creative book shelf model you can tap tree trunks, structure musical instruments such as guitar, crates, PVC pipes, among others.
You still have the freedom to install the book shelf where you find it more comfortable and comfortable. Among the options are the bedroom, the living room, the office and even the kitchen, especially if you have many culinary titles and cuisine.
And in case you have children at home, be sure to install shelves for books in the children's room. They highlight the books in the decoration, not to mention that they are always ready to meet the literary needs of the children. The tip here is to place the shelves at the child's height, so it has full autonomy to search for the titles of your choice.
Finally, you can choose to set up a reading corner at home and install book shelves in that space, creating a personalized mini library for you to enjoy moments of peace and tranquility.
How to Make a Book Shelf
Yes, it is possible to make your own book shelf. Just the right materials and tools. And to help you with this process, we have selected some tutorials that promise to change the face of your decor and ensure a special place for your favorite titles. Check out:
Zig zag book shelf
The purpose of this video tutorial is to teach you how to make a beautiful, creative and inexpensive book shelf simple and easy. You can even customize it any way you prefer, using the colors that match your decor. Watch:
Children's Bookcase with Drawers
How about now learning how to make a children's bookshelf using that old drawer that's out there? This is possible and the following video will show you how, check out:
Very easy to keep your books organized and still insert them in the decoration, is not it? Now that you've got the solution, how about taking inspiration from varied, creative models of book shelves? You will want to set up a home library after all these pictures, look:
60 models of book shelves that will inspire you
Picture 1 - The black wire shelf organizes children's books with discretion and delicacy.
Picture 2 - The tip here is to make a shelf for books to room using an Eucatex plate and elastic straps: creative and original idea.
Picture 3 - But if you prefer something more stripped, you will love the idea of building a book shelf using only cement blocks and a wooden board.
Picture 4 - Delicate colors for this book shelf trio for children's room.
Picture 5 - The ladder can always be better used; here she becomes the guardian of books.
Picture 6 - Shelves in format of arrows organize books and toys.
Picture 7 - For true book lovers: these shelves cover the entire length of the wall and still seem little in front of so many titles.
Picture 8 - To the top: here, the books were positioned above the height of the door on a shelf in L.
Picture 9 - The balcony between the kitchen and the living room was the place chosen for these books.
Picture 10 - And what do you think of a set of interlinking between books and this differentiated wooden shelf?
Picture 11 - The double height of this house was valued with the use of shelves for books
Picture 12 - Shelf for books in format of tree, a cute one for the children's room.
Picture 13 - Shelf for books in the height of the child; the alphabet glued on the furniture is playful, pedagogical and still completes the decoration.
Image 14 - Floating Books: achieve this effect using L-type media.
Picture 15 - The modern decoration of this room bet on shelves made with PVC pipes
Picture 16 - Corner shelves make better use of space and carry a greater amount of books.
Picture 17 - The home office is a perfect place for books; highlight the black color of the shelves in contrast to the wall of burnt cement.
Picture 18 - Here, bookshelf and sofa combine to offer unique moments of rest.
Picture 19 - This living room has won an entire wall covered with books; the ladder assists in the search for titles.
Image 20 - The built-in book niche ensures even more prominence for this curve divider.
Picture 21 - Looks like a bookstore, but it's a house.
Picture 22 - V-holder for books, ideal to be used in the corner of the room.
Picture 23 - The range of books created on the wall creates a sense of vertical amplitude in the room.
Picture 24 - The wooden beam gained arms and turned into a creative bookshelf.
Image 25 - Books arranged by color; there is a new way of exposing your titles.
Picture 26 - The room divider can go far beyond its traditional function, it can encompass books.
Image 27 - Here, the books accompany the ladder, step by step; highlight the spots embedded in the shelves reinforcing the lighting and the decoration of the environment
Picture 28 - Small environments can also accommodate the books very well, for this to install high shelves, close to the ceiling.
Picture 29 - The symmetry passes away from this bookshelf built-in; the proposal here was to create a stripped-down and entertaining space.
Picture 30 - For children's books, prefer shelves with front support; they allow the books to be exposed by the cover, making it easy to locate.
Picture 31 - Rounded shelves: a luxury in decoration.
Picture 32 - Another idea of floating books, this time to the corner of reading.
Image 33 - Explore unusual shapes and contours for your books; see how that detail changes the face of the decoration.
Picture 34 - The modern and youthful environment bet on misaligned and diagonal shelves for books.
Picture 35 - Books in the dining room.
Image 36 - Books and fireplace: an invitation to reading.
Picture 37 - The books of this house were organized by the huge window, being bathed by light all day.
Picture 38 - The space below the stairs has been used in a fun way for the shelves of books.
Picture 39 - Under the head of the bed, arranged in an impeccable way.
Image 40 - Colored book shelves.
Picture 41 - The LED tapes bring depth and a reinforcement in the decoration of these shelves for books.
Image 42 - Black, metallic and minimalist design.
Picture 43 - Have you thought about organizing your books in the bathroom?
Image 44 - Only the most important titles are exposed here.
Picture 45 - Book niches under the stairs; see what incredible visuals they provide to the environment.
Picture 46 - Any corner of the house can be decorated with books, since the shelves occupy very little space.
Picture 47 - A modern bookcase model that crosses the double right foot of the house.
Picture 48 - You do not need much to set up a reading corner, enough books and a comfortable armchair.
Image 49 - A ladder surrounded by books.
Image 50 - What a different proposal here; the shelves create a very interesting visual effect when adjusting between the two colors of the wall.
Image 51 - The Scandinavian environment asks for white shelves for books.
Image 52 - If you prefer you can bet on a book stand that stays on the table or the rack, like the one here in the picture.
Picture 53 - Shelves for books in the same shade of wood that predominates in the rest of the environment.
Picture 54 - If the proposal is to have many shelves and still maintain a clean environment, bet on light colors and a symmetrical and regular installation.
Picture 55 - In this room, the colored background guaranteed an extra charm for the shelves of books.
Picture 56 - The space under the office desk was perfectly well taken advantage of for the books.
Image 57 - Determine the amount of shelves from the number of books you have to organize.
Image 58 - A simple niche under the head of the bed was enough here.
Image 59 - A true home library.
Picture 60 - TV, books, fireplace and a guitar: all that capable of providing good moments gathered in one place.