These shelves were a D.I.Y. project fashioned from pipes. To learn more, check out The Brick House blog.
This recessed shelves are such a beautiful feature. Note also how well they are lit from above.
These line up so nicely horizontally, and the vertical dividers break up the lines at just the right distance.
These shelves are a real space saver as they double as a staircase railing.
Here is another version of staircase shelves - look at the attention to detail on the side.
These shelves are so architectural. They make you take a second look to see how they are being held up.
Their structure leaves plenty of room for white space.
Again, it's not necessary to make your shelves chockablock full of books and objects - leaving some empty space keeps things looking more open.
These shelves take advantage of the ceiling height. The ladder allows access to the highest shelves.
This interesting unit has a place for all kinds of books and media, and some areas covered with stylish doors that will hide a multitude of sins.
This is a wonderful system for an office where piles of papers and other unsightly items can be hidden in closed units.
These shelves appear to float from the vertical spine of support at the end.