Michael Metiu Design Studio
Shelves: Perfect Velle Design
Shelves: Bookworm Bookshelf, The Conran Shop
Pepe solveigh calderin design – modern interior design
Chris Dorsey photography
Shelves: Cloud Bookshelf, Hive
Vanessa De Vargas
3. Acrylic. Add a glamorous touch to your kitchen, bathroom, bedroom or home office with a range of crystal clear acrylic floating shelves. Do not take any visual space, these are ideal in compact rooms. Used to display glass, you mainly see light.
Shelves: Zigzag by Henrique Steyer for Florense
5. Connected floating shelves. Almost as simple as a simple floating shelf, but not quite – the connection at the ends it comes up a notch. Use one of these units in the kitchen or living room, or anywhere else instead of the traditional floating shelves. Bonus: The closed ends work as built bookends.
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NOOOR architecte d ‘interior
7. confused. Colorful clips together hold cardboard boxes of different sizes in this modular arrangement. With a device like this you can add or subtract pieces to suit your needs, or configure them to fit perfectly to a specific room. For a personal touch, try painting, papering or in some of the boxes.
Violet & George
Farbe-blockierte Felder hat die grafische Wirkung der modernen Kunst. Here a jumble of floating color-blocked fields has the graphic effect of modern art.
8. Vintage bookstore. A rotating book display has an impressive number of books in a small space. Use a comprehensive cookbook collection in the kitchen at home, or put in the bedroom or living room for easy access to your favorite books.
Cardea Building Co.
Book Cart: Similar, School Outfitters
Tell us: Are all those shelves you want to do, make up with a good book? Or do you prefer traditional bookshelves? Please share your thoughts in the comments.