How To Organise Your Books

How To Organise Your Books

16 ways to organise your books for practicality and aesthetic

Plot twist: organising by colour isn't the only way

11/30/2020 7:18:00 PM

16 ways to organise your books for practicality and aesthetic

Plot twist: organising by colour isn't the only way

2.0 curled up with a romance novel, or drawing inspiration from a feminist manifesto (thank you Florence Given), it can be easy for your book organisation to become total chaos. Sound familiar?But, with our new-found free time, now seems like the perfect opportunity to restore order and muster up the motivation to organise our must-reads.There are *so* many ways to organise your

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books, including by colour, alphabetically, and by genre. 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 organised bookshelf and subsequently, a more organised mind, with 16 different ways you can store your books.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below1Play with horizontal book stacksParticularly if you want the appearance of a full bookshelf, throwing away the ideal of a neatly laid out collection could work to your advantage. Not only does having a few horizontal stacks look more interesting, but it looks means you can store other things on top of them, such as plants or ornaments. headtopics.com

2Add storage baskets to your bookshelfPicking out some matching baskets for your shelves work for a number of reasons. Firstly, they look super Instagram-friendly. Sold. But not only that, they also mean you can separate books, or hide any that aren't in as good condition or you simply don't want on display.

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