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10 Inspiring Book Displays for Kids Rooms

 

When it comes to creating a book library for your little one, there are far more creative, unique, functional book displays than a simple bookshelf. Ideas that are innovative and super easy to replicate.

Take a look at our 10 favorite ways to display kids books:


  • Use Picture Shelving 1 of 11
    Use Picture Shelving
    Use IKEA picture ledges ($9.99 each) as book shelves
  • DIY Book Sling 2 of 11
    DIY Book Sling
    Make your own book sling with a double towel rail (like the IKEA Grundtal) and fabric
  • In the Gutter 3 of 11
    In the Gutter
    These book shelves are made from rain gutters
  • Wall of Books 4 of 11
    Wall of Books
    We love this floor-to-ceiling book display
  • Thrift It 5 of 11
    Thrift It
    This spinning rack was a flea market find
  • Handmade with Creativity 6 of 11
    Handmade with Creativity
    Obsessed with this handmade bookshelf, complete with a tissue box "puff" chimney
  • Think Outside the Box 7 of 11
    Think Outside the Box
    An inventive way to use a louvered door or wooden shutter
  • Build Your Own 8 of 11
    Build Your Own
    These wooden bookshelves were built by hand
  • Rounded Bookshelf 9 of 11
    Rounded Bookshelf
    A rounded bookshelf displays books in a compact space
  • Design Splurge 10 of 11
    This tree bookshelf by Design Artist is incredibly unique
  • Spice Racks 11 of 11
    Spice Racks
    These IKEA spice racks are only $3.99 each, yet make the perfect bookshelves

See sources, tips and DIY instructions:

Slide 1: IKEA shelving [via]; Picture ledges via IKEA

Slide 2: DIY book slings [via]

Slide 3: Rain gutter shelves [via]

Slide 4: Floor-to-ceiling shelves [via]

Slide 5: Flea market find [via]

Slide 6: Handmade house [via]

Slide 7: Door/shutter bookcase [via]

Slide 8: Handmade shelves [via]

Slide 9: Tree bookcase [via]

Slide 10: IKEA spice racks [via]; Spice racks via IKEA

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