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NtB Loves: Interesting Book Storage Solutions

By Christa Terry

Turning a book on your bookshelf or a CD on your CD rack is fine if you’re planning to put it back within a day or so, but if you’re a slow reader or reading a giant book or the sort of person who wants to listen to the same song or album until it makes you (and everyone around you sick) then you need a solution with a little more style.

For example, these book and CD separators designed by Japanese artist Hiroshi Sasagawa. His Animal Index can be used to mark your place or to divvy up your shelves into distinct sections. It strikes me that the Animal Index is one of those little things that one could DIY without too much trouble, though I know mine wouldn’t look as polished as these.

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2 Responses to “NtB Loves: Interesting Book Storage Solutions”




  1. Shelly Kozy Says:

    LOVE THESE!




  2. canelita Says:

    where can I find these shelves? I love them and would like to get some, thanks!












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