There’s nothing better than curling up with a good book in bed, and having a home library can actually improve your child’s academic performance. But too many books in your bedroom can become an organizational nightmare. As soon as we mention organization, you are probably thinking – boring, but who said that bedroom organization needs to be boring? How about displaying your books on a tree next to your bed – that isn’t boring, is it? Continue reading to discover even more creative and fun ways to organize those books taking up precious space in your bedroom. If you really want easy access to your favourite reads, you can contact DIY Shelfworks to find out how easy it would be to install sliding shelves in your bedroom.
Bedroom Organization DIY: 10 Brilliant Bookshelf Ideas
Wintertime finds many of us wanting to stay indoors more; and curling up in a cozy corner with a good book is a great pastime for this cold season. This winter may be the perfect time to embark on a project to make more room for some good books by building a unique bookshelf. Here are 10 brilliant bookshelf ideas that will bring the fun back into your bedroom organization. These shelves are so cool that you will actually enjoy putting your books back on them when you are finished.
1. DIY Tree Bookshelf
What’s not to love about this really cool bookshelf tree? The best part is that you can make it yourself! If you want to know how, take a look at the video below to get step by step instructions. This amazing design comes from Pinterest but was originally from Instructables.
2. Think Outside The Box
Normally when we think of a bookshelf, a big rectangular box shape comes to mind. But who says that’s the only way that you can display your books? Take a look at this funky and non-traditional twist on a bookshelf for your bedroom that we found on Pinterest but was originally from Dwell Beautiful. We especially like the inverted triangle one with the white painted set of antlers, perfect for organizing your jewelry as an accent.
3. Horizontal Heaven
We love the zen-like feeling of this combination of bookshelves. The horizontal orientation of the books is only a small part of the appeal of this design found on Pinterest from Magazine Feed. The ladder used to drape books or magazines as easily as you would a towel adds a relaxed yet organized sense to the space.
4. Surround A Window
What a great way to entice your children to read – set up a bookshelf area where they will want to hang out with their books. This enticing design incorporates a cozy window seat complete with plenty of extra storage space for dozens of books and school supplies cleverly organized in decorative wicker baskets. This bright and inviting space was found on Pinterest but it originally came from Sand and Sisal.
5. Stairway to Knowledge
Now here’s another new take on the bookshelf. A shelf of stairs to hold your books. This novel idea came from Pinterest and was originally found on BookBub. To further organize your bedroom reading times, place your books in alphabetical order and then work your way through from top to bottom.
6. Half Moon Design
We discovered this next awesome bookshelf idea on Pinterest and it came from pionik.com. The lovely half moon design looks amazing in the corner of this loft bedroom. The gorgeous natural wood grain shaped into smooth curved, half-moon panels give a wonderfully organic feeling to the design.
7. Optical Illusion
It’s hard to tell where the corner starts and the walls begin in this neat optical illusion bookshelf design. The use of the corner is also a great way to maximize every inch of space if you have a small or overcrowded bedroom. This design is courtesy of home-and-garden.livejournal.com and we found it pinned on Pinterest.
8. Bookcase/Table Combination
If you enjoy do-it-yourself projects and you are short on storage space in your bedroom, why not try making your own bookcase that can double as a night table? It even has castors so you can roll it out of the way when you are not using it. The complete instructions from Small Town Craft Fair can be found by clicking here.
9. Tight Spaces
Are you trying to make the most of a tiny space? It can be a challenge. Using a bookshelf to divide your bedroom and living area is a great way to separate these two spaces. This idea came from Pinterest and was pinned from apartmenttherapy.com.
10. Sliding Bookshelves
Sliding shelves don’t need to be just relegated to the kitchen or bathrooms. They would also make a great storage solution for your books. DIY Shelfworks Baltic birch pull out shelves are sturdy and can hold up to 100 pounds fully extended and are custom made to precisely fit any shelf you have. They can be installed on any existing shelf, including bookshelves, to give you easy access to all your reading materials.
Looking For Sliding Shelves?
If you are looking to finally get your home organized with sliding shelves, contact DIY Shelfworks. All of our DIY kits are made in Canada from the highest quality materials and they are priced lower than other DIY kits. DIY Shelfworks uses 9 ply Baltic birch to withstand moisture and dryness. It won’t warp or split. We are so confident in the quality of our shelves that we offer a lifetime warranty. Our all-inclusive pricing means that you won’t have any unexpected additional charges. We also ship your order to you via Canada Post in 2-3 weeks, free of charge, anywhere in Canada. Place your order today and get your home organized in no time at all!