6 Ingenious Invisible Bookshelves

May 5, 2015
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Every time I come across invisible bookshelves at a client’s I experience more intense adoration for their design.

It isn’t merely that they look cool (which they do), nor is it how conducive they are for small spaces (which they are). It’s, well, yeah, I guess it’s those two things I just mentioned.

For denizens of meager square footage who are long in page, there is no more optimal storage solution than either the wall-mounted invisible book bracket, or the spine book tower. You get all the books with none of the furniture bulk ordinarily required to house them.

Even if your square footage abounds, the invisible bookshelf earns you a singularly fascinating design element. It’s the anti-statement-statement. Too cool for furniture.

You go Glen Coco.

Check it:

Ingenious for small spaces: invisible bookshelves! The possibility for book storage and style abounds...

Ingenious for small spaces: invisible bookshelves! The possibility for book storage and style abounds...

Ingenious for small spaces: invisible bookshelves! The possibility for book storage and style abounds...

Ingenious for small spaces: invisible bookshelves! The possibility for book storage and style abounds...

Ingenious for small spaces: invisible bookshelves! The possibility for book storage and style abounds...

How rad is that?

This is one shelf I feel fantastic about hooking you up with.

Ingenious for small spaces: invisible bookshelves! The possibility for book storage and style abounds...

 

1. Umbra Conceal Floating Bookshelf, Large

2. Umbra Conceal Floating Bookshelf, Double

3. Spine Book/Media Tower, Watermelon

4. CB2 Array Yellow Bookcase (also available in Silver)

5. Stilnovo White 47.5-Inch Bookshelf

6. Radius Booksbaum Big Stand

 

Image credits: Photography by Aristea Rizakos, I Feel Smug Instagram, Ellie Somerville via Lonny Nicole Gibbons via The Nest, unknown

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  1. […] all around today’s post topic–there was the post about door racks, the one about small space friendly bookshelves, but today, finally, we come to Exhibit C: the behind the door […]

  2. […] I. | II. […]

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