Home Library Inspiration – Built-in Bookcases With Creative Designs

Not sure what to do with that spare room? Turn it into a home library. Whether or not you’re one of those people that like to read in their spare time or to collect books, you must have a few books or magazines you can display in a bookcase. And if you don’t like those traditional bookcase designs, you can opt for something more simple and modern such as a built-in bookcase. We found a few wonderful examples for you to take a look at.

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Industrial Meets Nature In This Remarkable Loft In Kiev

Industrial elements are increasingly used nowadays, especially when it comes to interior design. If we think about it, it’s pretty difficult to entirely get rid of them, so the only option we have is to hide them, or even better, to learn how to use them in a beneficial way. Give them a purpose, make them part of your design!

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Modern Arched Floor Lamps That Really Stand Up

Floor lamps in general are not perceived as being particularly flexible or versatile so traditional interior designs usually lack this feature. In modern and contemporary design, however, things changed. That’s because a new breed of floor lamps was invented: the arc lamp. In terms of design, these lamps are really simple. They have arched shapes, hence the names derived from here and they’re really flexible which makes them particularly versatile and functional.

The best spot for the Arco lamp is often the corner of the room

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DIY Test Tube Flower Vase With Reclaimed Wood Base

It’s peony season here and there is no better way to show off gorgeous flowers than with a fun do-it-yourself vase. This project is great for those who love to bringing the outdoors in and want an exciting way to show off single stems! Perfect as a centerpiece for your dinner table or as a way to bring blooms into the bedroom or guest room.

DIY test tube vase instructions

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Dipped in Snow: Monochromatic Rooms

White is serene and peaceful. It’s versatile and can be mixed and matched within a variety of themes and style genres. Which is why it’s a perfect choice to go with when creating a stylish, one-sahded theme. From kitchens to bedrooms, let us inspire you with this snow-covered monochromatic rooms!

1. Mixed & Soft.

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Heavenly Beverly Hills House Featuring A Vibrant Natural Design

Hello world and Happy Monday! A brand new week starts today, full of great new ideas we can’t wait to share with you. Today we’ll start with this gorgeous mansion. It gave us a lot of inspiration and we hope it will do the same for you.

Located in Beverly Hills, California, this residence is a remodel of an existing home originally built in the 1970s. The remodel was a project by McClean Design and they designed a series of residential spaces starting from the original layout.

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15 Tips On How To Make Your Ceiling Look Higher

Ceilings are not exactly the main detail that you pay attention to when you first enter a house, but they do have a major impact in maintaining a sense of freedom and space. Everybody knows that these are vital if you want to create that particularly welcoming feeling! A room with low ceilings may give you the impression of living in a small bird cage.

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