Don’t you think that such bookshelves for children can be a good offer for your family? If you feel that you would like to buy one of these at home, you couldn’t have come to a better site. Now you only need to check out these photos and see which one appeals to you most.
This amazing simple storage cube would be a perfect solution for every kind of space, no matter if you want to use it in your house or office. You will be amazed by its functionality and unique design.
Handsome red varnish on this 3-shelved bookcase will introduce an eye-catchy accent to your living space. Besides, you will be able to take benefit of its capacity and sturdiness. The top may be used for display.
Colorful Bookshelf and this way you can tell your kids what color shelf the book they are hoping for is found on. The library should use this method in the children's area.... or you could use each colour to represent a different level of book, so even in
Excellent Ikea hack.window seat for the toy room window. I was already working on the details
Book shelves in otherwise wasted space -- brilliant! You could do this with magazines and use clear plexiglass squares in front of each to hold them up.
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Hanging Book Shelf - I have been looking for a way to store my children's book without a huge bookcase taking up their room...I was so excited to find this Hanging Book Shelf idea.
We love organization that doubles as display. Cut wooden crates in half and attach to the wall to display childrens books (and keep them off the floor!)
Book shelves made out of vinyl rain gutters. Brilliant to help me make my wall of childrens books - see the other pin.
We need more book storage... wonder if I could do this in the small hallway leading to B's room???
Library cart would make a cute way to organize children's books in the waiting area! If the wheels locked :)
Library feel without actual built in shelving. Plus you can see all the fronts of the books! I like this for a play room!
Caleb wants a treehouse REALLY bad. Maybe if our next house has no trees, this could go in the basement!
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i love this idea so much...most of the books i own are coffee table books or children's books anyways, and would look so much better with their covers showing than shoved on a normal bookshelf.
Great idea for a play room .. Shelves accessible to children with pretty things on top
I love this idea, and on top of it all, you can make it yourself from crates you can find at different larger stores. Sometimes they will just give them to you. So much fun. Denice Dellmue
This looks like a super easy, shelf-less, way to hold all the kids books. Just dowel rods and curtain-rod holders. Pretty cool, and customizable as tastes change.
napkin holders as bookshelves, attached with command strips. Consider for side of homeschool bookcases?
bookcase; beautiful idea for a little girls room. I'd put more breakables on top and safer things toward bottom for better access.
love all of the organizing updates in this boy room, but I especially love the bookshelves on the striped walls.
Who says bookshelves have to be straight across! Spruce up a child's room with this creative book tree.
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Shared Children's Rooms; gathering ideas since we live in a tiny house and my kids have to share.
This is obviously not a classroom, exactly, but the idea is wow. I mean, granted, I would want my kids to be able to reach the books, but the look of it inspires me, so hush.
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Buy a folding dishrack & turn it into a book caddy! (spray paint) Love this idea!
Clear shelves for displaying books! Like this so much better than the raingutter bookshelves.
You know those big old factory spools? They make great coffee tables! Screw some wheels to the bottom and add dowels around the perimeter of the spool for book storage. This old spool coffee table is super practical & rustic chic!
Use Ikea Bekvam spice racks (only $4 each!) to organize children's books. Made of solid wood and easy to paint. 15 3/4" wide, 3 7/8" deep, and 3.5" tall.
Make a wall bookrack from a wood pallet. I bet a store near you has one they'd donate for the cute kids at your child care center. Show them pictures!
tree inspired shelving from collegelifediy.com. There's a whole cool article with different trees.
The books we read as children can have a huge impact on the weird humans we eventually become. Our beliefs, aspirations, and morals can all be attributed to the colorful pages we excitedly soaked in during our youth. So, whether you're buying a book for .
How could any kid (or adult, for that matter) resist those delicious reading nooks? Poplar Kid’s Republic, Beijing, China