Tree Bookshelves That Creatively Display Collections In Style

Forget the old, boring and simple bookshelves your parents used to have and focus on more creative designs. It’s time to think out of the box and to find new ways to display your book collection. Get some inspiration from nature and opt for a tree bookshelf.

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This tree bookshelf designs has already become a classic. It’s simple, imposing and perfect if you’re looking for a way to decorate an empty wall, whether it’s in the bedroom, living room or office. It will definitely become the focal point of the room.

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If you prefer something a little bit more playful and colorful, here’s a combination of wall art and actual bookshelves. A lovely feature to have in the reading corner or even in the kids’ bedroom. And I’m sure you can come up with other fun ways to personalize it.{found on projectnursery}.

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And speaking of kids’ bedrooms, here’s another fun tree bookshelf design. The actual tree can be painted on the wall or it can be a decal and the two shelves are simply mounted on the wall so they cover the branches.

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Since trees in nature come in all shapes and sizes, your tree bookshelf can also be adjusted to suit your needs and space. Opt for a small bookshelf if you’d rather have it in a corner or on a small portion of a wall.

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For the kids’ room, you should consider a tree bookshelf with low shelves so the kids can easily reach them. This one looks very cute actually and it’s made entirely of wood, without using decals or wall paint.{found on projectnursery}.

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Although technically a tree bookshelf is for displaying books, the kids will probably enjoy more having their cute toys placed on the branches. You can use the design of the bookshelf to teach them how to be organized{found on projectnursery}.

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It can also be fun to add a little bit of color to the bookshelf. It doesn’t necessarily have to look like wood, especially if the design is closer to fantasy than reality. Green seems to suit this one perfectly.

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For a large book collection you’re going to need a lot more branches so you can try a geometric approach and come up with a design like this one. You can still see where the inspiration came from, even with all the adjustments.

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On the contrary, if you don’t have a ton of books to store, you can opt for a minimalistic design like this one. It looks really interesting and has a certain elegance to it. I think this one may be my favorite.

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Clean lines and sharp angles are not exactly defining characteristics for a tree so to make it look more realistic you should quit trying to make it look perfect. It’s how you turn defects into unique and beautiful features inspired by nature.{image credits 1 and 2}.