Are you an avid reader with stacks and piles of books in every nook and cranny of your home? Or maybe you just haven’t found a functional and stylish way to keep the books of the house organized and do not prefer an electronic reader. Whatever the case, you may be surprised how easy it is to find versatile ways to keep mess and clutter at bay and keep your books organized. These 5 space saving ideas on how to keep books organized are clever and very cool looking. Books often make a place look cluttered so the the secret is to have the right presentation. Hopefully these suggestions will give you some ideas about your own organization. Let’s take a look.
One part art, One part Shelf
Find something fancy and personality-filled like this shelving unit to not only keep your books organized but on display. It not only serves as a functional piece but also as life and art on your walls. There’s texture, geometric shapes and it’ll be so easy to find your favorite copy of Wuthering Heights when it’s right here for everyone to get a peek at.
Not only does this bring texture and artistic flair to any wall of your home, but it keeps your books from filling the corners and crevices. They’re easy to find and they’re off the surfaces from the counter tops to your office desk. When you need one, just go and grab it and in the meantime, you’re stack-free!
Some Table Storage
Books don’t have to be stacked or shelved, they can be put onto a table too. With this amazing book table storage unit, you can not only keep your books organized, but also have a conversation piece in your living room or home office. It’s unique, has depth and has the right kind of contemporary style for those that seek a definite theme.
A Large Unit
If you have just too many books for these items to help, then you may need to find the right shelving unit for the space. Lengthy with fun lines and in the right colors, your unit can easily be functional, versatile and transform your room into something quite special. It’s all in what you choose!
Of course, there’s also the built-in shelving option. Nix a wall and get creative by making a shelved wall the accent piece. A bit more traditional than your more contemporary choices, with the right decor and styling you can still make a built-in look fresh and clean. Think monochromatic and black, which also gives off a fashion-forward feel.