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20 Creative Bookshelf Ideas for Bookworms

Great ideas for bookworms!


Book lovers unite! Instead of storing your well-loved collection of hardbounds and paperbacks in a plain bookshelf, why not try using these creative bookshelves?

From a tree-shaped one to a space-saving staircase and bookshelf in one, these ideas are wonderful home additions for bookworms.

#1. This tree-shaped bookshelf is suited for nature lovers.


#2. Covering a whole wall, this creative bookshelf maximizes all available spaces.
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Custom Home Library Design

#3. Your love for geography and books can be merged in this one-of-a-kind USA-shaped shelf.


#4. Doctor Who fans, this phone-booth shaped bookshelf is a must-have!


#5. If you’re too lazy to leave your chair for another book, why not merge your chair and your shelf?


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#6. This piano-shaped bookshelf is perfect for musically-inclined bookworms.


#7. Looking for a book to read before going to bed? This shelf with backlighting will help you find that book even with lights off.


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#8. This amazing bookshelf will make it look like your books are floating.


#9. Looking for more creative ideas? Try this creative book wheel.


#10. Love cats? Then this is purr-fect for you!


#11. An intricately designed flower-inspired bookshelf


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#12. Spent the whole afternoon reading and didn’t notice it’s already dark outside? Turn on your lamp/bookshelf!


#13. Another variation of the staircase/bookshelf, this domed bookshelf is also a space saver.


#14. This bookshelf can also serve as a hang-out while reading.


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#15. Honeycomb-shaped bookshelf? Sweet!


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#16. This framed bookshelf is perfect for an artist’s home.


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#17. Balance your books using this balance shelf.


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#18. Another tree-inspired bookshelf


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#19. Too much books, too little space? Worry not, this efficient bookshelf/staircase is perfect for you!


#20. Na na na na…Batman!


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In less than 15 seconds!

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