TIPS AND TRICKS – Have you a junior book collector in the house? Do you need some ideas on how to organize your children’s room, creating the perfect ambiance for your kids? Then, Kids Bedroom Ideas‘ editors present to you 7 fun, original and clever ways to display your kids’ books. Get inspired!
Bookcase City Playscape
Book storage doesn’t always have to be all about books. Here the shelves double as a toy-car highway, thanks to a well-placed sticker by Les Enfants du Design.
Newsstand-Style Corner Display Rack
For the ultimate space saver, this style of shelving is especially great since it can make use of “dead” corners in a room, where no furniture would fit.
Low-Lying Wooden Shelves
Living in a 500 sq. ft. apartment in San Francisco with her two sons, this homeowner knows a thing or two about optimal storage. She purchased these low-lying wooden shelves from for her kids’ shared room.
Spice Rack Bookshelves
Built-in bookshelves don’t have to be expensive or custom-made. These clever shelves were made using racks and hung to be easily accessed by the smallest of the board book enthusiasts.
This bookshelf makes a statement fit for any child’s room. The books can be placed spine-out, stacked, or learned and complemented by a cherished toy or two.
Narrow Book Ledge
Kid-decor blogger Carine Kaurin displays her baby’s books facing out on these narrow ledge shelves. An elegant way to make the books the highlight of the room.
Shelf Tree Trunk
The great thing about this proposal to do so is that you take advantage of a shelf as a tree trunk. In this way, in addition to a flat decorative element such as a tree painted on the wall, we get a functional element and a sensational relief to decorate the nursery.