Books can be a hard thing to store, especially if you’re a bookworm and have stacks of novels like me.
From balancing bookshelves to plant-inspired furniture, this cluster will surely give you ideas on how to store your books.
Implications - Though reading was once seen as a pastime reserved for nerds and seniors, today's youth demographic is embracing this intellectual activity. This may be due to the romanticism associated with pages and bound books in an age where digitalization rules. Thus, an array of book-based products bearing a quirkier aesthetic are released in hopes of targeting a younger demographic looking to expand their minds and still maintain individuality.
From Upside-Down Storage to Polar Books
A Unique Bookshelf That Mimics Our Pointy Little Forest Friends
Books as Balance Weights
The See-Saw Bookshelf
Global Warming Shelves
Tao Ma's Iceberg-Laden Bookshelf Reminds You to Go Green
Color Coded Homes
Rolling Bookshelf Seating
Bookinist & Easy Reader Let You Take Your Books With You
Geeky Home Decor Has Hidden Meaning
Cell Reading Bookshelf Serves as a Personal Hideaway
A Bookshelf for the Religiously Confused
"Maintain The Balance of Your Knowledge!"
BookShelf Adjusts Shape to Contents
Rick Ivey Ontario's Steel Bookshelf
'Oh, The Farmer and The Cowman Should Be Friends' Bookshelf
Sustainable Wood Furniture
The Woodloops FSC-Certified Bookshelf
Spider Web Bookcases
Graphic Bookshelf Designed For Art Basel Miami Show
The Wisdom Tree Bookshelf
The Anti-Gravity Bookshelf