We agree with John Warner, aka the Chicago Tribune’s “Biblioracle,” that there is only one wrong way to organize your books. And this is it.
Found at The BookCase Project via Facebook
3/25/18 Postscript: Here’s a similar plea not to do this to your bookshelves.
Found at Bookstr
Gail Sisolak, who writes the delightful (if rather cat-photo-heavy) blog Wrote Trips, posted this photo on her Facebook page; I don’t know where she found it.
But isn’t it wonderful?
Apartment Therapy searched its archives and found these photos of ten bizarre-looking bookcases.
Some of these bookshelves are as expensive as they are unusual. The bookcase pictured above cost $860. Think how many books that much money would buy!
Found at Apartment Therapy’s Facebook page
Some of these 24 ideas posted by BuzzFeed for shelving books at home have been posted before, some are downright dreadful-looking, and all of them look fairly pricey. But – hey – there’s no harm in looking, right? Maybe you could adapt one or more of these ideas in a more affordable form?
Found on BuzzFeed’s Facebook page
We’ve seen other incarnations of this idea, but it’s still such a clever, do-able, and inexpensive idea – especially for a kiddie’s room – that we’re reposting it again.
Found at Atlanta-based retired librian Karen Skellie’s Facebook page
Posted to Facebook on 1/11/12 by Missoula, Montana-based librarian Kimberly Beatty (aka The Goodwill Librarian)
There weren’t any books on this contraption when this photo was taken, but there could’ve been!
Found at Cool Things