vertical book shelf
Using stud space: Bookshelves. Even a skinny spot like this can store a surprising number of books. Or, next to a desk like this, it could even house office supplies, mixed with a few art objects to keep it aesthetically pleasing.
Using stud space: Pantry items and spices have found a home in the wall of this cramped kitchen, concealed by a door to keep the cabinet lines flowing and smooth. You could even opt for hooks instead of shelves, and hang skillets, muffin tins or cooking tools.
A bookshelf is more than a place for books. Shelves provide space for your own expression, letting you pair favorite titles with personal photographs and symbolic objects.
“Invisible” book shelves. You can find these ready made, or you can craft your own version using vintage books with interesting covers. The basic idea is to attach a bracket to a hardback book. When you stack other books on top of it, the shelf itself becomes part of the stack