If you don't have room in your nursery or kid's room for a huge bookcase, storing your kid's library in a organized, attractive way can feel daunting. But we have your small-space solution! Invest in one (or more) of the following teeny-tiny bins, caddies, carts, and racks, all designed to hold a lot of books while maintaining a tiny footprint. From The Land of Nod, RH Baby & Child, Babyletto, and more, these bookcases are small on space but big on style!
As much as I'd love to have beautiful built-in cabinets in my home or an antique étagère to display the well-loved spines of my favorite reading material, I've come to realize that a book shelf is a very unnecessary thing. By organizing your literature into neatly or loosely arranged piles, you can create engaging focal points, well-accessorized console tables, and even romantic wedding table centerpieces. You might be surprised at how creative you can be with stacking your books. Let's take a look at these 15 fab ideas.
In many homes I visit, books are displayed in the living room or other public spaces for guests to peruse, and many living rooms have built-in bookcases. But, seeing as I usually read curled up in bed, it makes sense to keep an unread collection of books in the bedroom.