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5 Tricky Invisible Bookshelves

Minimalism is all the rage these days, and what could be more minimal than bookshelves you can’t even see? Here’s a sampling of options for those who want to see their books and nothing but their books.

1. Flybary

Pretty cool for bed- or chair-side reading.

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2. Floating Stacks

You’ve probably seen these; they are by far the most common sort of invisible bookshelf (and an easy DIY project)

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3. Book Towers

Same basic idea as the last one, just in one enormous tower.

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4. Book Hangars

This one requires a grip to be placed in each book, but I think it is the coolest looking of the bunch, as it really does look like the books are floating independently of each other.

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5. Invisible Bookend

The designer of this one doesn’t actually tell you how it works (you have to buy it to find out I guess). My guess is that there are slant metal dividers that you slide the books onto or at least the endpiece books. Other ideas?

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