File this one under one of the better ways to make use of an awkward wall space. Nestled within the mini hall of the bedroom, this floor-to-ceiling bookshelf installation is about as covet-worthy as they come.
Hudson's Rivertown Lodge has its fair share of Insta-worthy decor moments but, nothing quite rivals its hidden library nook that comes complete with a wall-to-wall bookshelf surround and an equally embracing lounge chair.
Bare stairs? Line the wall with built-in shelves to impart the area with a colorfully dynamic touch. Filter in greens for good measure, and complete the look with bold decorative accents and art. We're taking notes from this dreamy home.
Spotted in this quaint Brooklyn apartment via Homepolish's Ariel Farmer, a pair of adjacent built-ins surround the window space, making ample use of the space beneath. As an added bonus, the floor-based shelf also doubles as a bench or spot to showcase decorative accents and more!
What better way to show off that extensive collection of cookbooks than with a built-in unit specifically reserved for that purpose? Bonus points for incorporating a multi-tone color scheme into the design.
While most built-in shelves tend to skew towards the camouflage effect, we love the idea of mixing and matching materials against contrasting backdrops. Take some cues from this contemporary space and stick to a "less is more" approach to really highlight the wooden build of the shelves.
An impeccably styled bookshelf paired with a complementary, whitewashed aesthetic is always a foolproof way to embrace the look. We love the way this one makes excellent use of the space above the door!
A modular set of built-in shelves uses up the negative space between the windows in this East Village apartment designed by Homepolish designer Megan Hopp. A color-coded organization system for the books brings in a much needed pop of color to the space.
Within the exclusively whitewashed room, consider bringing in shelving of a contrasting finish to create a more dynamic effect. Here, reclaimed wooden shelves lend the perfect complement to the Moroccan rug below.