When we think of the storage of books, the spontaneous image that comes to mind is the shelves or the library in the living room. Possibly, we will put some in the office and the bedroom.
There are those who prefer the old-fashioned library, made of wood solid integrated wall. She really showcases the books and at the same time dresses the wall. Others prefer shelves placed next to one another or scattered around the house as they also read in bed and in the bathroom. Most do-it-yourselfers even make their own shelves with carved and colored wooden planks.
It’s simple, it’s pretty and it saves space. All these options are practical and aesthetic, there is no reason to recommend one more than the other. What we want to talk about today is the library when it is not only a storage cabinet but also a decorated object. Because we can rethink its place in our house and give it a less static role. Its forms, its geometry, its colors can turn it into an object of art, as does for example Andrei Saltykov. Take a look at the pictures below and get inspired to remodel your book spaces in your home.
When the library becomes a decorated object
The Library Becomes an Object of Art and Decor
Elle en Bride the Forms of Your Interior
An intimate and romantic reading space
A niche for books that overlooks the living room
Shelves that also serve as a partition
Artistic design: tree-shaped shelves
Original decorated shelves
design shelves for small room
E res for contemporary design books
Accent on the books space
Shelves placed on the wall