Book Storage and Display Ideas for Small Spaces

So many books, so little space? Here are brilliant, creative, and doable storage solutions for your growing collection of books.

Updated on June 12, 2017 17:06 pm

Samantha Echavez

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1. No more room for a bookshelf? Place a console table at the end of your bed where you can place your books.


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2. Stack your books. Don't hesitate to do away with the shelves and just put one book on top of another. You can even get creative and use the stacked books as a nightstand.


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3. Bare walls? Install floating shelves to accommodate your books.


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4. Maximise your storage with built-in shelves. You can fill one wall with built-in bookshelf, and your room will still feel roomy. (Ask help from a contractor now.)

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5. Put books in unexpected places. Time to get creative—look for empty spots around your home and fill them with books. Turn them into makeshift table legs, use them as a table...the options are endless.

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6. Find more ways to add shelves to your space. You can install a shelf above the sofa, high up the wall and close to the ceiling, or the area under the bay window seating.

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7. Turn to a multipurpose furniture: a chair that doubles as a shelf. Get inspired by this brilliant chair below:


Is your home filled with books? How do you display them? Tell us about it—or better yet show us photos! Email us at hello@cromly.com.

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