Here’s a roundup of an idea we admire at Remodelista: books used as room decor. Either stacked, shelved or arranged by color, books make for an easy and affordable way to liven up a room.
Above: A few neatly aligned books on a mantel compliment a botanical red coral wall hanging by Sarah Lidwell-Durnin.
Above: In this serene loft designed by Messana O’Rorke Studio, stacked books along a brick wall add a note of color to an otherwise neutral space.
Above: A combination of deep blue and green with randomly piled books and magazines makes for a colorful bedroom. Image via Solid Frog.
Above: In this Pacific Heights house, hardcovers are sorted by color and neatly displayed on a floating wood bookshelf.
Above: Designer Magdalena Keck features an impromptu side table made out of stacked books in this Greenwich Village entryway,
To see even more ways to add personality with books, visit Remodelista‘s Gallery of rooms and spaces.
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