Alphabetic Bookshelf

Designed by Kayiwa, the AAKKOSET is a beautiful storage system and a library with alphabet letters and typographical errors.It can be used for books, CDs and magazines.It is available in black, blue, red, white etc.. It is useful in more ways than you might think at first sight. Indeed, its primary purpose is to store things you usually place on shelves like books and magazines and even toys or decorative items, but this time this original bookshelf will help your kid get used to the letters of the alphabet.

And if you will help them practice now and then, they will soon be able to learn the letters of the alphabet in order and also associate the sound of the letter with the image. Also, if you have many books you can try and sort them each under the first letter of the name of the author, using the shelf letters as a system of categorizing the books, for example place a book written by Mark Twain in the letter “T”. Or place the other objects in the corresponding slots – D for doll or T for teddy-bear. I think there are endless possibilities for you to play with this amazing shelf.

Space Saving Reading Furniture Collection

Practical and space saving are the best words which can describe this reading furntiure collection created by Remy van Oers in association with Coolen/AttrackZ and presented at Dutch Design Week.A few weeks ago we covered a chair combined with book storage, now this collection include the Reading Chair consists of the Reading Table and the Reading Lamp.Also the lamp keeps the books that you are currently reading safe in its storage space. All three items have basically the same idea: to save space and to offer you a place to store books and also to have a great design. I admit, the idea is original and nice and it drew my attention.

You can store books or magazines in the hollow place left inside the chair, table or lamp body of these furniture pieces and they will look great and be really handy at the same time. When you sit comfortably in this chair you only need to stretch your hand and take a book from under the seat.

The Skate Bookshelves

As a mother I can tell you that the only way to make some order in your kids room is to find some things that you can use to deposit their stuff, things that look cool for them and are attractive for their age, whatever that might be. If you try to impose your decision or taste in furniture or in the room design you will find the new furniture that you like so much broken “by accident” or something similar. So take them with you when you decide what furniture to buy for their room or involve them in deciding the design of the room. For example you can suggest them this really cool Skate bookshelf that is (or at least looks like) made of skateboards and that will be used for storing books.

These modern and funny bookshelves are made of three skateboards horizontally and three vertically that intertwine each other with the help of some tiny canals carved in the wood. It’s fun and very useful, too, as these shelves can be used for all the books and magazines your kids spread all over the place. You can do that for real, from old skateboards, but you’d better find a specialist that will be able to use some wooden boards to obtain some components that only looks like skateboards. You can keep the original skateboard design or you can paint the whole furniture with only one color, preferably black or brown and then apply a layer of transparent lacquer. I guess these shelves are very good for both books and DVDs or CDs and can be just what your boy wants in his room.

The modular scaffolding by Maria Yasko

If you are looking to add an attractive look to your living room, then I suggest a decorative wall shelf.Depending on the size of the wall and the location in the room, you might want to install multiple shelves on the same wall in different sizes and levels. The modular scaffolding by Maria Yasko gives a minimal look and a comfortable feel to the bedroom.

It combines many shelves that you can use for storing books or other items in a natural way, by linking their edges with rounded ends and assembling them together in a very well designed way, as the designer intended this modular scaffolding to look like a ladder or a scaffolding or even a tree, hiding the original design of a number of shelves behind this unusual stylized design.Goa bit further and add some very inspired wall stickers with futuristic trees or something similar and you will see that your living room has already changed its appearance totally.{ found on behance }

Modern and stylish Glass Bookcase

The best furniture that one can keep for their modern and stylish homes is from Antonello. These are simple Italian designs but of perfect quality and a sleek design which adds a new dimension to the existing décor of the house. These use the colours in a bold way that make these stand out and have used polished chrome and solid wood for making them which makes them very durable. The Diana bookcase is a perfect example of the chic furniture that comes from Antonello. This has four black and white painted toughened glass shelves which are places on polished chrome and have a walnut frame which ensure that this blends in any room that it is placed in.Available for £1,405.

Can pick the book quick?

Is it possible to find any illiterate in our society? Surely it is very hard to find one. In all developed and developing countries the percentages of illiterate people has been drastically decreased. This shows that people trying to develop their life through education and today age is no bar to continue or improve the education level of an individual. This turned mind set of people to make everything neat and convenient to access it.

Furniture plays very important role in storing things for easy access particularly in case of books and other academic resources.   A family includes school kids, college teens and so on, each one in family have their own use of books and journals. Though there are so many kinds of tables and shelves are available the need for convenient method of accessing books still persists.

Now this need have been fulfilled by Hold On Tight by Colleen & Eric. It is a brilliant design to store as many books with different shapes and sizes without any hectic. This Hold On Tight by Colleen & Eric features a stylish cube as bookend and this cube has nut which should be slide on the track to store more number of books. This method makes us to quickly pick the book for use and to restore it properly. Hence books arrangement will not take time if we use Hold On Tight by Colleen & Eric. This product is essential in office, home and education institutions.

16 Most Creative and Unique Bookshelves

Bookshelves are one of the most common pieces of furniture that you can find in almost any home around the world for the simple reason that a lot people like to read. Whether you own a collection of classic novels or volumes of work-related reference books, it makes perfect sense to get yourself a good bookcase or two for storing these books.I`m sure that some of this Bookshelves you saw already in my site, but now I want to spot all of them in an article called ” 16 Most Creative and Unique Bookshelves ”

Console Reading Bookshelve

Sit down and relax reading a book in this Console Reading Bookshelve Bench by Stanislav Katz.

Hanging Bookshelf

This Bookwave Hanging Storage would look awesome in a commercial space. The price tag for the Bookwave Hanging Storage is quite high ( £ 1,006 ).


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