This see-through bookshelf shows off your library rather than hiding it. It’s made from 3/8″ clear acrylic sheets and has five cubbies that keep books from falling over without the need for bookends. It’s great for showing off your collectibles, too. Measures 51.5″ w x 10.5″ h x 10″ d, and holds up to 75 lb.
California artist Brianna Kufa creates these unique, wall-mountable bookshelves in a variety of curved profiles. They start off with a simple and affordable arc design, and get as complicated a wall-filling combo of undulating waves and a spiral that holds up to 325 books. Each one comes with anchors for hanging on drywall.
UK-based interior decor shop BespOak handmakes beautiful and unusual wall-mounted bookshelves designed to look like the branch structure of trees. Each one is inspired by the shape of a specific type of tree. Also available as standalone branches without trunks.
Designer Bertrand Jayr’s interlocking cubbyhole shelving system is constructed from cast concrete, letting you build structures that aren’t just industrial in looks, but are structurally impressive. Each piece is sold separately, so complex builds can get expensive quickly.