THE BEST Bookshelves

Clamp Bookshelf

Clamp Bookshelf

Atypyk’s clever bookshelf ensures your books never fall over by clamping them in place. Simply install the two wooden brackets and place the clamp bar, then set your books into its jaws. Measures 60cm x 14cm (~23.6″ x ~5.5″).

ABC BookCase

ABC BookCase

Saporiti’s ABC BookCase is a 20″x 20″ modular bookshelf that lets you spell whatever you want, thanks to each module being a letter or a number. Each laminated chipboard module can be wall-mounted or freestanding. It can also be used as a side table.

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Readme Hanging Bookshelf

Readme Hanging Bookshelf

Showcase your favorite book or magazine with Readme. This minimalist and foldable bookshelf has a built-in hook that lets you easily hang and remove it from your wall. Each piece is hand made and coated with natural wax.

BespOak Tree Bookshelves

BespOak Tree Bookshelves

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.

Bricks Book Shelves

Bricks Book Shelves

Designed by Gerard De Hoop for Pols Potten, Bricks are minimalist bookshelves that mimic the construction of a brick wall. They provide an illusion of space while allowing easy access to their contents. Available as freestanding shelves or as a wall-mounted shelf.

Revolving Bed & Bookshelf

Revolving Bed & Bookshelf

Expand Furniture’s space saving design combines several full-sized pieces of furniture. One side has a table and a bookshelf. Fold the table up and turn the shelf around to reveal a fold-down mattress. Available in six colors.

Concrete Modular Storage

Concrete Modular Storage

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.

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