100 Creative Ways to Use Books in Decor

December 2, 2021 0 Comments

 

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An inexhaustible source of knowledge, books are able to transport the reader to another world, like a trip in the imagination. Although digital books are increasingly gaining ground in the literary market, physical books still have a secure place in the hearts of avid readers.

Far beyond entertaining and educating, books are still a great option to decorate environments and give more charm to various spaces. And this happens due to the great diversity of models available, which can be presented in simple brochure, hardcover, in vibrant colors or in pastel tones and even with metallic spines or fluorescent titles.

Thus, it can be understood that the book has a double function: it guarantees good hours of entertainment for the reader and gives more personality to the room in which it is stored, helping with the decoration. With no restrictions on use, the possibilities are numerous, requiring only basic care so that the material does not suffer in very humid environments or places that easily accumulate dirt. Check out a selection of beautiful environments using books in their decoration and be inspired by the ideas presented:

1. Mix with other decorative objects

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This tip is ideal for those who have a large shelf designed to accommodate decorative items. The idea is to add small groups of books in different places, among the other decorative objects. For a more beautiful look, switch books vertically and horizontally.

2. Group similar colors and shapes

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If you have collections with multiple volumes, try to leave them all grouped together on the same shelf or niche, creating a harmony in the look. Copies with cover and spine colors or similar formats should also be placed next to each other.

3. How about a different shelf?

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A good idea to get away from conventional shelves and ensure an unusual look to the environment is to bet on a vertical model. As the shelf levels are small, the books were grouped by similar sizes, horizontally.

4. Bet on different materials

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Here, the bookcase has a different design, being produced in clay, with vertical niches placed side by side, on two different levels. The books appear in alternate places, mixing plants, vases and various sculptures.

5. The more different the better

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For a more contemporary decor style, bet on differentiated shelves, which surprise and add information to the environment. This one was elaborated with a planned carpentry project, and has geometric cutouts with recessed lighting to accommodate the examples.

6. Make traditional furniture more stylish

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Using custom cabinetry, this buffet gained new air by being accompanied by shelves installed diagonally. With a larger niche in the center, it guarantees an ideal space to house the whole family’s favorite books.

7. Ideal for a stylish home office

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The office is, without a doubt, the ideal place to keep books on display. In this project, the various specimens were placed on large wooden boards attached to the wall. For an even more charming result, the lower shelf has a string of blinkers.

8. With built-in support hardware

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Opting for shelves that have built-in support hardware is a good option to avoid a heavy look, full of details, ensuring only the items that will be displayed are highlighted. Here the books were distributed among plants and decorative objects.

9. Or if you wish, leave them on display

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Here, the shelves were installed with the aid of French hands in black, ensuring support and standing out with the light color of the wood. The books were distributed according to their sizes, and can be viewed in horizontal and vertical groupings.

10. How about a burnt cement shelf?

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Mixing the industrial decor with the beachy atmosphere, this room has two large shelves that cover two walls, which were prepared using the burnt cement technique, as well as a bench that accommodates comfortable pillows for moments of relaxation and reading.

11. Highlight them

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In this environment with predominant wood, the books stand out in the decoration in two moments: by adding colors to the shelf made in the same tone of the wood used as the covering for the environment, and on top of the coffee table, adding the vibrant green of the cover to the decoration.

12. The more color, the more life to the environment

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Another environment that has the sober tones of wood in abundance, both on the floor and in the Charles Eames armchair, here the large bookcase accommodates books of various sizes, mostly in vibrant colors, ensuring touches of color and a more comfortable life

13. Fit in any corner

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Even if the room is small and there isn’t a lot of space, books can still make the room look more interesting? Opt for shelves and niches that are reduced in size, but that have enough space to accommodate the items without damaging them.

14. Recessed lights add even more prominence

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The wider the shelf, the more space to accommodate the books without having to stack them on top of each other. In this large piece of furniture, the books were accommodated both vertically and horizontally, and even gained built- in LED lighting, making them even more prominent.

15. Stylish mosaic shelf

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The differentiated look of this bookcase already draws attention in itself. Made in the form of a mosaic, it has ample shelves to accommodate the residents’ favorite items. In addition to the books, it also has a plant pot, cameras and a sound system.

16. A large shelf-divider

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A good idea to separate integrated environments, this bookcase doubles as a wall, creating a kind of portal in the middle of the room. With approximately sized niches, it is the ideal piece of furniture to keep your book collection organized.

17. Information for the white wall

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Here the books were not placed on a shelf. To decorate this white wall, small wooden shelves painted in black support books of different colors and sizes, which have been stacked and fill the blank space.

18. Great for decorating stairs

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The place where the ladder is implemented often remains a negative space, without much function. Adding assorted shelves and accommodating books, then, seems like the perfect solution. A tip is to choose examples of similar colors or with contrasting colors, creating a richer look to the environment.

19. Ensure the reading corner

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Book lovers should be concerned about building their own quiet corner to spend quality time immersed in reading. Choosing a comfortable armchair or sofa is the right choice, and arranging your books on a full-wall shelf ensures the room’s beauty.

20. Rustic style on the divider shelf

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This is another example of how a bookcase can be a good option for dividing rooms. It has a more rustic style, being built into a wall with a burnt cement finish and made of lead-tone painted metal.

21. Separated by size

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Housed in a shelf of niches of varying sizes, the books were grouped in order of size. As the bookcase was positioned in front of an exposed brick wall, the items gain even more prominence.

22. Organization is law

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For those who have many copies of different sizes and colors, the ideal is to opt for harmony when organizing books, grouping similar colors and similar sizes, avoiding the look of the environment to become too polluted.

23. How about mixing different styles?

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For lovers of environments with an unusual look, this TV room becomes a full plate. Its walls were covered with bookshelves and shelves in different shapes, sizes and colors. Everything to enable the storage of books with style and beauty.

24. Books everywhere

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This spacious room shows all the versatility of decorating with books. While several copies are stored on the shelf in vibrant yellow, a few books have been scattered around the room, on the desk in the office and on the sideboard in the back.

25. Enlarging the coffee table

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To add more charm to the furniture, choose larger copies, with luxurious finishes or famous titles. Try not to pile too many, so as not to pollute the look or hinder the view of the room. If desired, use a vase with flowers to accompany them.

26. How about organizing them in a different way?

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Even with the wide shelves, the books were grouped together at the end next to the wall, ensuring space in the center of the furniture to display decorative objects and picture frames. To avoid contrasts, mix decorative items with the books, such as the example of the small mummy doll.

27. If the furniture is wide, spread out the books

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In the case of a full-wall bookcase, it can be difficult to fill every corner of the piece of furniture with books. Therefore, the tip is to distribute small groups in niches or shelves, avoiding leaving too many empty spaces.

28. One more detail

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Objects that naturally arouse people’s curiosity, books can be distributed randomly around the house, either on a chair or even stacked in the corner of the wall.

29. Avoid weighing the look

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A good tip is to add as many books on the highest shelf and decrease the amount on the lowest ones. This way, there will be no visual pollution near the worktable, facilitating concentration and mental flow.

30. And why not decorating the hallway?

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The hallway is one of the most forgotten environments in the house when it comes to decoration, often remaining as a dull space without details. In this suggestion, shelves were added to the end of the aisle, and accommodate books and assorted decorative items.

31. Break the rules

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Although the concept of harmony in an environment requires books to be grouped according to similar sizes, shapes and colors, how about daring and breaking the rules? Here they were randomly distributed, filling the entire wooden shelf.

32. Located where least expected

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As the environment has reduced proportions, the books were incorporated into the decoration and can be viewed in the niche used as a base for the sofa and on the coffee table with an ideal design to fit into the bed without losing its structure.

33. To a wall full of grace

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In addition to fun design wooden hooks attached to the wall, there are also a trio of small wooden benches in their natural color, which accommodate a straw bag and a stack of books. Beside it, a large glass vase with ornamental plants.

34. More innovative, impossible

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Ideal for those who like conceptual decoration, these shelves have a differentiated design, with cutouts in the letters that form the word “art”, even including LED strips as a contour, which ensure greater prominence and beauty to the irreverent piece of furniture.

35. Bet on beautiful sideboards

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If books are arranged vertically, it is necessary to use an object to hold them in this position. Bookends are excellent for fulfilling this role, as well as having a variety of styles that complement the decor.

36. Do you like the cover of the book? Leave it on display

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If the issue has different details on its cover, such as metallic finishes, worked drawings, or if it is your favorite book, arrange it so that its cover is on display, adding more charm to the decoration of the room.

37. Switch books and vases

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This pair will definitely make the decor more interesting. In this project, the niches of different sizes are embedded in the room’s partition. And it is possible to mix the layout: sometimes just books, sometimes books with vases and only vases.

38. Making the side table more interesting

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If the side table doesn’t have well-defined paper, adding stacked books of varying sizes is a good option to give it more charm and function. Here, two stacks of books have been placed right below the banner hanging on the wall, in addition to the amazing angle bracket that appears right on the side.

39. Mix of books and vases

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Again it is possible to see that this mixture works. The stack of books has been placed in the left corner of the sideboard, while a set of glass vases of varying sizes occupy the right corner. Highlight for the beautiful abstract art frame in the background.

40. Composing the decoration

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Once again, it is possible to admire all the beauty provided by a large and imposing bookcase decorated with a wide variety of decorative objects. Here the books figure in the niches, either in isolated groups or integrated with other items.

More photos for you to adopt this decoration now

Still have doubts about the ideal way to implement books as a decoration in your home? So check out more of these inspirations and choose your favorite:

41. A beautiful accompaniment to flowers

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42. Arranged in a variety of ways

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43. Bringing color to the sober environment

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44. Arranged in gradient

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45. Arranged on the coffee table

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46. ​​Highlight for the fun yellow bookends

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47. Arranged above the stairs

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48. On a hollow shelf, dividing rooms

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49. Adding more charm to the corner of the wall

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50. Arranged in a stylish ground floor unit

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51. Organized in similar groups

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52. How about a different way to expose?

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53. With mobile ladder to reach all specimens

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54. Sheltered against dust and other dirt

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55. Bookcase in dark tone, illuminated

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56. Taking advantage of hallway space

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57. Organization without following a pattern

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58. More refinement at the coffee table

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59. Organized mess

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60. Collection in a single tone

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61. The highlight is on the decorative objects

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62. Adding beauty to this unusual bookcase

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63. They also have a reserved place in the kitchen

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64. Grouped by collections and similar colors

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65. Wall with gray background to highlight the variety of colors

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66. Highlighting this classic desk

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67. Disorderly Stacked

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68. On the one hand, collections. On the other, varied copies

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69. Enriching the sideboard decor

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70. Stacked only horizontally

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71. The more shabby… the better the story, for sure!

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72. Bookshelf with a minimalist look

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73. Organized by similar colors and sizes

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74. With a breathtaking look

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75. Taking advantage of the ladder rungs

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76. Ideal for an elegant environment

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77. Shelves with an irreverent look, built into the wall

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78. The thinner the shelves, the more prominent the books

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79. Stacked, serving as a base for the flashlight

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80. Surrounded by the most diverse decorative items

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81. Sharing space with the mini bar

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82. Serving as a base for photo frames

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83. As a beautiful ashtray support

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84. Breaking the monotony of neutral tones in the environment

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ACLAENE DE MELLO

85. Accommodated on two separate shelves

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PRIME AMBIENTES

86. Scattered on small floating shelves

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ARCHITECTURE SCALE

87. Adding beauty to the bedroom

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / RACHELE BIANCALANI

88. The side table is even more beautiful with the books

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SGABELLO INTERIORS

89. Nightstand: the ideal place to leave books in the bedroom

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PILONI ARCHITECTURE

90. With your place guaranteed on the coffee table

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / YAMAGATA ARCHITECTURE

91. How about just piling them up on a wall?

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / THE EVERY GIRL

92. Detached, under a glass dome

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / BOOTH & WILLIAMS

93. How about accommodating them in crates?

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / OPEN HOUSE

94. In the children’s room, to create the reading habit

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ARK2 ARCHITECTURE

95. Next to a comfortable armchair, perfect for catching up on reading

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / EUNICE FERNANDES

96. Perfect decoration for the study room

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / GLEDSON ROCHA

97. Ensuring easy access for a nightly reading in bed

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / LUINE ARDIGÓ

98. On an irregular shelf

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / PASCALI SEMERDJIAN ARCHITECTS

99. The work table also accommodates books

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / SÁ & CIONI

100. On a hanging shelf-divider, full of personality

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PHOTO: REPRODUCTION / ENRICO MASSARO

Whether you want to spend quality time traveling among the wonderful stories that books tell, or use them as a decorative object, a house is never complete without good copies. Choose your favorite usage suggestion and adopt this trend now.