These twin shelves add loads of practicality to a shared home office space. The wheels on the bottom make it easy to move the shelves closer to the desk for easy access to supplies during projects. They also comfortably accommodate organizers for storage, keeping the space clutter-free.
This charming bedroom reading nook makes the most out of plentiful natural light. A low shelf to hold favorite books, plus a smart side table with a rich gold base to hold a beautiful floral arrangement creates an inviting feel. Cozy elements like patterned pillows and faux fur poufs create the cozy feeling that every reading nook needs!
This modern home office employs a linear motif seen through the straight lines of the desk combined with a pair of minimalist white bookshelves. Add warmth to an all-white room with a comfortable camel leather chair. It's the small details that bring a room together, such as hanging plants or small golden sculptures!
The swivel office chair is upholstered in a gray fabric on the back and light brown leatherette on the seat with a black base, creating interest. Extra greenery placed throughout the space breaks the formal office feel, making the room feel homier. A bench provides extra flexible seating and infuses a darker shade and pattern in this room.
Finding storage solutions for small spaces can be challenging. Using cabinets and shelving to mimic built-in shelving is a great way to add storage without overwhelming the room. Since these pieces are not one large piece, they can be moved and rearranged as needed.
For a relaxing home office that's modern and minimal, keep to furnishings that are light and easy on the eyes. That means an armchair in light upholstery, a desk with clean lines, and a bookcase that looks like it's practically built-in to the wall. Ground it all with a contemporary rug that has soothing hues, like a pale green or pink, which will give your space a relaxed, airy vibe from the ground up. Think light and modern!
Skip the books and double up on storage by arranging bookshelves with vessels, boxes, trays, and decorative baskets that provide even more storage. This is one of our favorite ways to minimize visual clutter of tchotchkes and small loose items. Plus, there’s no wrong way to decorate your shelves with this approach.
Your bookshelf is one of the best places to showcase personal collections, such as meaningful artworks and sculptures. With this approach, it’s all about filling your shelves with sculptures and accents that have unique and interesting shapes. Adding them alongside books is a great way to add movement and break up the straight lines of your bookshelves.
Even if you're not a plant parent, decorating with a bit of greenery on your shelves will help break up the color palette and also bring visual interest to your bookshelf. There’s no rule for the plants you bring in but we recommend low-light greenery and cacti, since those are low maintenance
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