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10 awesome tree shaped bookshelf you should get for your home

tree branch bookshelf on a yellow wall

“Tree is a life” as people say. And books are knowledge. Combining the tree and books together create abundant knowledge in life. For that reason, some houses are equipped with tree shaped bookshelf to impress their guest. Last month, I have posted a 3 diy corner tree bookshelf which many visitors found it useful. Books are […]

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3 beautiful corner tree bookshelf that you could DIY

corner tree hand painted with bookshelf

Be inspired, do it yourself with these beautiful corner tree bookshelf. Well, kind of as depending on how good you are, diy may not necessary your cup of tea and therefore hiring someone who is good with wooden stuff may be a good ideas. Nevertheless, with these cute corner tree bookshelf photos, you would get […]

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7 best bookshelf ideas for children by Pottery Barn Kids

cameroon 1shelf bookcase unisex by Pottery Barn

Pottery Barn Kids is a company founded by two moms in 1999. Its mission is to bring the utmost in quality, comfort, safety and style into each home. They offer an excellent choice of childrent’s furniture and decor. In fact, this is not an online company and they do have more than 90 stores in […]

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Utilize Digitally Fabricated Bookshelf by dbd Studio for Minimalist Home Design

Digitally Fabricated Bookshelf by dbd Studio

Digitally Fabricated Bookshelf by dbd Studio

How to optimize a minimalist home design? It would be difficult to plan or to sacrifice space for storage in a smaller house or apartment. One of the solutions is to use wooden shelving concept to provide some storage space. You can choose the wood and the design that you want and adjust it to your home layout. You can also purchase built-in solution units that are unlimitedly available at store or online. There is an example of an afield Digitally Fabricated Bookshelf (DFB) designed by dbd Studio based in Washington. They have completed a sequence of bookshelf stretches from floor to ceiling and overhead, and ends at the existing bulkhead. It was specifically designed and built to a condominium in DuPont Circle neighborhood of Washington DC.

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