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book decoration Color

Organizing books by color is one of the most popular ways to decorate with books. In the photo above, the books are used to create a beautiful rainbow of design. The use of this method adds beautiful touches of color to the piece, creating an interesting visual contrast, as well as a playful touch. You …

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accents decor book

For a more personal touch, try mixing photos, artwork, vases, and everything you’ve collected over the years into your book collection. It is a strategy that works well in traditional styles that tend to favor many decorative and visual elements in a space. The more creative you are with the placement of works of art …

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creative book decor

Mounting shelving is an excellent option for the bibliophile. Feel creative: put the shelves above the doors, under the stairs, or anywhere else, as they would be reasonably fit. This is a great way to store books without taking up space on the floor; spaces too. The picture above shows the proper operation of the …

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floating decoration book

Different in length, the asymmetrical floating shelves described above create a geometric interest: a solid choice for modern spaces favoring creative geometric styles. The open spaces left by the shorter shelves give way to additional trinkets between the books. Use your imagination: floating shelves work over doors, under stairs – virtually anywhere you have empty …

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outside book decoration

Nobody says you have to stick to shelves to decorate with books. The picture above shows that you can store books in just about anything, like a bright red wagon, which adds a playful touch to this kid’s room. Try placing books in wicker baskets or linen baskets in holes. If your space is more …

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bed usable

Small beds can use the smaller space with storage options. An example is the bed above, with another double mattress that slides under the first mattress. This is a great option if you tend to have company. The headboard also folds down to reveal extra storage and a small desk space, ideal for laptops. Note: …

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Spacious bed

As mentioned above, the problem with most beds is that you lose all the space above and below the bed. Thanks to this design, the bed is raised on a platform integrating storage, so that you always keep a lot of usability in the space. Raised beds often raise the bed to the ceiling, giving …

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Hut Bedrooom

Another creative idea for small beds is the bed hut above. If you do not have a lot of room for a spare bedroom or a master bedroom, a bedstead can sleep without taking up more space than the bed itself. By simply placing a large bed in an alcove, you create a small bed …

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Triple Bed

Bunk beds are usually the mainstays of most people trying to get as many beds as possible into a room. What makes the space on the photo above unique, however, is the bunk bed and the mattress placed under the window. Simple wiring helps protect the highest possible space from falls. Again, using the window …

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storage in bed

Mezzanine beds will always be a favorite for small beds. What makes the mezzanine beds so effective is the amount of storage you can put there. The space above shows the full range of storage options: from a multitude of drawers to cabinets. There is even room for a small office area. A traditional bed …

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