Unusual pieces of furniture will always make your home look a little out of the ordinary and give a fresh, creative perspective to your living habits. If you are a “devouring” book reader you’ll need a place to store your books, of course. Below are 5 creatively insane bookshelves – designed by clever minds – you’ll want to own:
#1 The Booktree – Preferred by most bookworms, this bookshelf became one of the most popular ideas of storage over the years. Like all trees, it comes in different shapes and sizes: taller and minimalist for adults, and much smaller, with a bit more details, for children. This type of bookshelf is ideal for the romantic among us, which daydream of Jane Austen’s parks and would gladly get lost in her descriptions.
#2 Hanging Bookshelf – The Salkim Hanging Bookshelf can’t replace a classic bookcase, but its innovative design is ideal for small homes, because it can be hanged almost anywhere. The unique hook system – with one single hanging point – gives the books inside balance and the impression they’re “swinging” all the time.
#3 The Pulse Bookshelf – Designed by Måns Salomonsen, the Pulsline Bookshelf is like a heartbeat for book lovers. Although, it’s a bit small if you own a lot of books, it’s perfect for magazines and small objects, such as souvenirs. It may not be big enough to store your whole Harry Potter collection, but its fashion value can’t be denied.
#4 CTline Bookshelf – Created as a reinterpretation of the urban skyline, the CTline Bookshelf brings a new perspective to the idea of book storage. This all-white storage system was cleverly crafted so that the books inside look like the “floors” of a skyscraper. And if you look at it from different angles, the tall shelves will surely remind you of New York’s skyline. Crafted by architect Victor Vasilev, the CTline Bookshelf was originally designed for libraries, but the Italian design brand Boffi, which made partners with Victor Vasilev, thought it would look much better in our homes.
#5 Ousama Bookshelf – When was the last time you solved a puzzle? These box-shaped puzzle pieces were designed to bring a little bit of fun in the consumer’s life. At least that’s what Dutch designer Dripta Roy had in mind when he stacked together all those puzzle pieces in one out-of-the-box bookcase. The Ousama Bookshelf is, needless to say, one of the most inspiring pieces of furniture nowadays. Oh, and have you ever come across the Dream Bookshelf? Yes, that was one of Dripta Roy’s wood and aluminium “thoughts” too.
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