Our must-read lists keep growing. And whether you’re going through lockdown 2.0 curled up with a romance novel or taking inspiration from a feminist manifesto (thanks Florence Given), it can be easy for your book organization to turn into total chaos. Sound familiar?
But, with our newfound free time, now seems like the perfect opportunity to restore order and muster the motivation to organize our must-reads. by gender. But the good thing is there are no rules – just endless inspiration on how you can do it.
So let us guide you to a more organized bookcase, and beyond that, to a more organized mind, with 16 different ways to store your books.
Medium Plaid Seagrass Storage Basket
Put a larger storage basket at the bottom to keep things tidy and hide anything you don’t want on display. It also means that you don’t necessarily have to fill it with books and you can put blankets or games within easy reach.
V&A Book Jackets
Book jackets not only protect your books, but also create a uniform pattern on your shelf for a neater appearance.
Reed grass plume dried flower
Adding a favorite plant makes your shelf that much more welcoming and gives you a reason to keep coming back to it, even when you’re not feeling inspired.
Glass candle lantern
Add bright colors that bring you joy, especially if you keep the rest of your decor fairly neutral. It will make your library feel relaxed, we promise. Colors should not be scary.
Chanel board book
Choose a coffee table-style hardcover book to become the centerpiece of your bookshelves.
Small stackable storage basket
These wire baskets are compact and stackable, allowing you to take your category organization even further.
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