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Never miss out on the latest bookshelf news again

By Christa Terry

If you, like me, have more books than you know what to do with but aren’t willing to donate them to a books for teachers program, then you may just have more than a passing interest in bookshelves. You’re missing out if you’re not stopping by Bookshelf now and again. It’s the blog for booklovers, bookshelf enthusiasts, and everyone else who gets off on storage solutions.


Alex Johnson, creator of Bookshelf and author of Shedworking: the alternative workplace revolution, also has a second blog, Shedworking, which highlights the best in tiny little dwellings meant for so much more than storage.

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8 Responses to “Never miss out on the latest bookshelf news again”

  1. Toby Wollin Says:

    Thank you so much for putting these two places up – just great inspiration.

  2. JaneC Says:

    Wow, ask and ye shall receive…I make a comment that I might need new bookshelves, and NtB gives pictures of fabulous bookshelves. Thanks!

  3. Jennie Says:

    Now I want to rip every bookcase out of my house and rebuild! Love, Love, Love it!

  4. Phyllis Says:

    And its wine storage too.

  5. Margaret Says:

    I LOVE those bookshelves, but I fear they might feed my compartmentalisation obsession, and I’d wind up having only one book in each diamond…

  6. Joan Says:

    An interesting design, but not very practical, as it doesn’t maximize the space available for books. And, honey, I need all the bookshelf space I can get. I am tripping over piles of books on the floor!

  7. TF Says:

    I love the bookshelf. This will be a great storage for my books.

  8. Felicia D. Says:

    That bookcase is outrageous! I have been agonizing over the way to incorporate my book collection into the House. This is now going to be my goal bookcase. I love your blog. It seems to touch all the nesting interests I have. Today’s style incorporates the modern with the classic antique. I had gotten to the point where I had so many antique items in my home that people thought that a little old lady lived there. I’ve started to weed out the lesser antiques and the stogey traditional stuff and combine the fancier French stuff with the slick modern designer objects. I’m excited about going to shop in Europe this winter. I found a group trip for budgeted people like me. Take a look at thier website if you can. It’s Can you give me any tips on the Paris flea market? Are there any articles about the shopping in Europe in past blogs? Have fun with your decorating. FELICIA

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