Since COVID-19 began and Zoom calls became a regular feature of our lives, we've become even more fascinated by other people's bookshelves.
Living in a tiny place and have a big love of books? Never fear! Here are a boatload of bookshelves for small spaces.
I tested different methods of organizing my rainbow bookshelves. The goal was to visualize the ratio of read to unread books, but keep the rainbow.
These kid's book storage ideas range from sleek design sollutions to adorable DIYs that will keep your kiddo's books organized and off the floor (finally).
Create your dream book space with these closet library ideas for under the stair closets, kid's closets, hallway closets, and more.
We don't really want fancy bookshelves. We just want to enjoy them vicariously. And maybe laugh a little. OK, a lot. Who designs these?
A collection of woodworking books for beginners, ranging from DIY project designs to memoirs inspired by NBC's hit reality show Making It.
Just because your home is small doesn't mean your love of books has to shrink. We collected some great space saving bookshelves for you!
Low on book storage space? We have some fantastic floating bookshelves which will help with that situation, mostly without burning a hole in your pocket.
The things I tried, the things that failed, and the things that worked in my journey to learn how to organize bookshelves with a lot of books. Read on.
Rain gutter bookshelves are cheap and relatively easy to build, and they're perfect for kid's rooms or tight spaces. Find out how to make them here!
Let's talk about the life-changing magic of keeping all your books and not caring what anyone thinks of it.
Because living in a small space doesn't mean you can't have ALL THE BOOKS.
How years of not buying books has changed one reader's relationship to book purchasing now.