11 Cool and Creative Ways to Display Your Children's Books

Let them fall in love with reading at an early age.

Updated on August 14, 2017 15:08 pm

Samantha Echavez

ways to organise and display kids books

Encourage your kids to pick up their books from these fun bookshelves, organisers, and creative book bins.

fun sticker wallpaper and storage shelvings for books and toys for kids
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1. Give your child a colourful and creative nook where he can easily store and retrieve his favourite books and toys. Add patterned wallpaper on the back panel of the bookshelf for a more vibrant look.

neat and simple wall racks as shelfs for kids books
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2. Use picture ledges—you can get them at Ikea—and create a library wall. Personalise the space by displaying photos of your little one.

using the bay window as shelvings for children's books

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3. Maximise your bay window and use it to display your children's book collection. Add a picture ledge below to accommodate more books.

neat and white storage for kids books

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4. Turn to repurposing. Get a drawer and add four short legs underneath to create this sleek and spacious book bin.

princess pink book shelf for girls bedroom

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5. You can also create a DIY wall mounted bookcase and prettify it with soft toys and charming buntings. DIY instructions here.

colourful curtains as divider for a playroom with bookshelf

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6. Create a cosy book nook for your kid. Display the books on floating shelves by the wall, and use a printed and playful curtain to separate the reading area from the rest of the bedroom.

rotating rack to display books in the childrens playroom

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7. Even a spinning rack makes for a great book organiser. Your kids will even have fun spinning it around!

full wall bookshelf to display books in kids bedroom

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8. Fill your walls with forward-facing bookshelves. Your children will stand in awe, just looking at them. Colour-coordinate it for a more playful feel.

bright yellow wall with white rack shelvings to display books in reading corner at home

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9. Paint the wall where the floating shelves are a bright and cheerful colour, like sunny yellow.

pastel blue book caddy to display children books

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10. Furnish your kid's bedroom with this book caddy, or get the handy man in the house or your contractor to build one.

upcycled dollhouse bookshelf for girls bedroom

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11. Build your kid a dollhouse that also functions as a bookshelf. Instructions here.


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