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20th October 2011

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19th October 2011

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Use scale to make inexpensive shelves seem high end. If your room can  handle a full wall of shelving, use L brackets from your local hardware  store as supports for wood planks. Paint the L brackets the same color  as the wall to give the shelves a floating effect. Dan Perna & King Ying Lee’s Study by Johnny Miller

Use scale to make inexpensive shelves seem high end. If your room can handle a full wall of shelving, use L brackets from your local hardware store as supports for wood planks. Paint the L brackets the same color as the wall to give the shelves a floating effect.

Dan Perna & King Ying Lee’s Study by Johnny Miller

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19th October 2011

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Paint the inside of your bookshelf a bright color to add a drama to the room without making a huge commitment. Amy Azzarito’s Vintage Bookshelf by Johnny Miller

Paint the inside of your bookshelf a bright color to add a drama to the room without making a huge commitment.

Amy Azzarito’s Vintage Bookshelf by Johnny Miller

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19th October 2011

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19th October 2011

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Repurpose an electrical spool into a coffee table that doubles as a bookshelf. Spool Table Library by Halligan Norris
(via weekly wrap up   book shelf ideas | Design*Sponge)

Repurpose an electrical spool into a coffee table that doubles as a bookshelf.

Spool Table Library by Halligan Norris

(via weekly wrap up book shelf ideas | Design*Sponge)

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18th October 2011

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It may seem like a mere novel idea on the surface, but the Cave Bookshelf is a lot more practical than it looks. Given the need that many homes have for extra space, the Cave combines a book case and a chair without the need for any extra room. As well as providing a novel environment for reading, it can even act as a partition between two rooms, allowing you to maximize your living space. In fact, the Cave is probably more of an interior redesign tool than it is a bookshelf!

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18th October 2011

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Looking for shelves that don’t look like, uh…shelves? These innovative folding shelves can be laid flat, folded up, turned on a 90-degree angle or mounted any old way you please. Made of cherry wood, they’re light as a feather and recently won a prize at the prestigious international design competition at the Furniture Manufacturers’ Association in Japan. They’re practical, distinctive and cool, so what more could you ask of a shelf?

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18th October 2011

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Without the books attached, the Inverted Bookshelf looks more like a piece of drunken DIY gone badly wrong. With a selection of books hanging below, it looks like a David Blaine optical illusion, and will definitely confuse your guests for a little while at least. Instead of supporting your books from the bottom, the Inverted Bookshelf suspends them underneath, without, of course, not damaging the books in process to create an entertaining little optical illusion.

Without the books attached, the Inverted Bookshelf looks more like a piece of drunken DIY gone badly wrong. With a selection of books hanging below, it looks like a David Blaine optical illusion, and will definitely confuse your guests for a little while at least. Instead of supporting your books from the bottom, the Inverted Bookshelf suspends them underneath, without, of course, not damaging the books in process to create an entertaining little optical illusion.

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17th October 2011

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Designer Job Koelewijn broke the mold when he designed his Infinity Bookcase. Using the mathematical concept of Lemniscate as a design basis, similar to that of the Mobius Strip, Koelewijn’s bookcase is a physical representation of infinity, as it only technically has one continuous side. Which means that if you read all the way round the bookcase, you would be reading forever. And ever.

Designer Job Koelewijn broke the mold when he designed his Infinity Bookcase. Using the mathematical concept of Lemniscate as a design basis, similar to that of the Mobius Strip, Koelewijn’s bookcase is a physical representation of infinity, as it only technically has one continuous side. Which means that if you read all the way round the bookcase, you would be reading forever. And ever.

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17th October 2011

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teachingliteracy:

by Clashmaker

This is just super wonderful.

teachingliteracy:

by Clashmaker

This is just super wonderful.

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