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BRIAN PAQUETTE INTERIORS
TREE HOUSE
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Possibly stack books on the cedar chest?
use of table with trunk, wood n books
I love books I love to read and I find this look very calming.
TBR stacks near a comfy chair and good lighting >> ideal
Stacks of books CAN look good!
Book Storage / Distressed Table / Driftwood
Stack in styleIf your house is overflowing with books, take some off the shelves and onto the floor. These neat piles flanking and covering a console table add arty stripes, as well as being super-easy to access.
Decorate your deskFavourite or useful books needn’t be tucked away
Design within reach. Books have a strong visual aesthetic that adds excitement to a room’s design, and an eclectic show of color can make a distinct statement. Here a neat stack of books uses the most affordable of storage options: gravity.
“The books... I dont have shelves... I might do this” — iphotoproyekt
Tracery Interiors
Study
Ideabooks1,990
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A stack of books creates a unique side table in the study of a newly constructed lakeside home in Auburn, Alabama. [photo by Colleen Duffley]
Book lamp stand. Could make a book plant stand, too!
A stack of books used as an occasional table.
a stack of books makes a fine occasional table
slipcovered wing chair, stack of books
Love the lamp on the stack of books
Stack of books as table for lamp
Love the stacks of books as a table
(http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/50170/list/The-Wing-Chair), this stack of books to serve as a custom/adjustable lamp table adds a discreet and surprising personal touch.
Fancy yourself something of a bibliophile? Turn a stack of your sturdier books into a side table.
important: It works best at eye level when you’re sitting down. If your lamp seems too low, build a stand from extra books — add and remove until the height is just right.
“Book pyramid for lamp” — cynhoof
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Ideabooks5,568
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That is a great book shelf! Where can I buy it in the U.S. (I've seen it in switzerland)
vertical book shelves & track lighting
Exposed brick and beams. Stacks of books.
homes, especially in extensions. They might seem like a nuisance, but look again. This clever book display neatly hugs the pillar, making a feature of it while storing stacks of books. Make sure you use a book tower, though – check out the Sapien or Ptolomeo – if you want to avoid collapse every time you
Build a fun tower If you have a central pillar or island, stacking books around it will create a focal point, almost like a piece of art. What’s more, each book spine is clearly visible and handy, so you can make a point of reading all the books you’ve neglected. This is the Sapiens bookcase, but also
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grab a tray, a few books with pretty covers, a small vase or candle, and a few small decorative objects. Place the tray on your coffee table or ottoman. Stack the books on the tray, place the vase or candle next to the books, and set one small decorative object atop the stack of books and another beside
objects. Place the tray on your coffee table or ottoman. Stack the books on the tray, place the vase or candle next to the books, and set one small decorative object atop the stack of books and another beside the stack. Voilà, your coffee table is styled!
grab a tray, a few books with pretty covers, a small vase or candle, and a few small decorative objects. Place the tray on your coffee table or ottoman. Stack the books on the tray, place the vase or candle next to the books, and set one small decorative object atop the stack of books and another beside
“table” — judybernsteinbunzl
BarlisWedlick Architects, Tribeca Studio
Artist's Loft
Ideabooks20,757
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vertical row of narrow floating shelves. Store stacks of books or corral messier items in lidded boxes.
Create slim storage. Use a slender scrap of wall space to your advantage by hanging a vertical row of narrow floating shelves. Store stacks of books or corral messier items in lidded boxes.
row of narrow floating shelves. Store stacks of books or corral messier items in lidded boxes.
Create slim storage. Use a slender scrap of wall space to your advantage by hanging a vertical row of narrow floating shelves. Store stacks of books or corral messier items in lidded boxes
slender scrap of wall space to your advantage by hanging a vertical row of narrow floating shelves. Store stacks of books or corral messier items in lidded boxes.
“Great shelves” — Toni Trifunac
FLO Design Studio
Park Estates Residence
Ideabooks585
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when you stack other books on it, the original looks like part of the stack.
attach shelf bracket to a hardback book, other books stacked become part of the look
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.
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.
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.
books as shelves attach book to bracket and it becomes a shelf
8. “Invisible” book shelves. You can find these ready made, or you can craft
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.
“Interesting wall” — tonettecleo
Sharyn Cairns
Tracie Ellis' Home
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high gloss combo in this one would be a perfect style for the painted vertical space between fireplace and wall paneling noted in first photo in idea book.
take the place of table lamps, drawing the eyes up. An Eames chair makes a stylish replacement for a bedside table, as its mold has more depth for stacked books, the day's clothing and other loose objects.
the place of table lamps, drawing the eyes up. An Eames chair makes a stylish replacement for a bedside table, as its mould has more depth for stacked books, the day’s clothing and other loose objects.
“panelling” — safaamir
BLT architect
interior
Ideabooks2,693
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These stacks of books benefit from the spotlighting as much as the art. Together they form a
small book shelf and art center
Cute little nook. With books. And lights. And another texture/color.
These stacks of books benefit from the spotlighting as much as the art. Together they form a collection and a space that has much to tell about its owner's personality and preferences.
“like the small book shelf.” — bemartin
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