Kids like colorful and friendly designs. That’s exactly what you can see here – different shapes, sizes and colours of book racks for kids. They are all functional and look well, that’s why it shouldn’t be surprising that many people have already bought them. Do you know what your final decision will be?
This small but very versatile book display rack is a wonderful solution for everyone. Perfect for the living room, child's room or bedroom. A simple form is very practical and fits into any decor.
Bookcase as a positive addition to any kid's room. It is made of wood and decorated with colorful letters. It has 4 shelves in various sizes.
The Ikea Spice Rack! | Boys Germs! The more I see this idea the more I am sure I am going to do it this weekend!! Such a great idea!!!
Newsstand-Style Corner Display via Handmade Charlotte. #laylagrayce #kidsroom #bookshelf
This is so ingenious and it eliminates the hazard that a book case poses such as being pulled down/over onto a little one if not secured to the wall. It looks like pinch points exist where the rods sit on the metal holders. Little fingers might be at-risk
19 Unique Ways to Store and Display Your Tots' Books: Rack 'em up! Books can educate, inspire, and more, but they can also clutter up a room if there's no proper place to store them.
original post says crown molding plus MDF... cost $12 and held 78 books?? Maybe for shelves instead of book shelf... never would have thought of this!!
Ikea Spice Racks: Use spice racks from Ikea to create a wall of storage for your kid's favorite books! Who knew there was a better use for spice racks than storing spices?! Learn more about this project over at Ikea Hacks.
Ikea…these are the 3.99 spice racks! perfect for a kids room!Love this! @ DIY Home Decor
50 Organization storage ideas for toys, books, clothes and more Ideas for the school room and play room.
Little minds love books! Lots and lots of books. The BEKVÄM spice rack lets you utilize unused spaces, like behind doors, for book storage that doubles as a display. Personalize your display like @WonderfulJoyAhead with a quick coat of paint.
Creative DIY Bookshelves • Great Ideas & Tutorials! Including this project from on the banks of squaw creek.
DIY Triple Book Slings - one of the best ways to get kids reading is to *front* the books. The pictures look so inviting, they *invite* kids to read them..
DIY - recycle your crib into this fabulous book shelf with inspirational words to keep your little ones reading :)
Fabric Book Storage- My Kids have TONS of books, and they always seem messy when they are just stacked up...what a neat idea to dress up book storage in your kids rooms.
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How to build cheap and easy (as in, I can do it!) front facing bookshelves. I like that these are wide enough to fit several books deep.
This knock off website gives you a step by step on how to make this Pottery Barn Kids bookshelf lookalike!!!
DIY Kids Booksheves, by babble: Made with IKEA spiceracks. #DIY #Book_Shelves #Kids
Grey and White Chevron Book Sling 1 Sling Size by bluehousejoys, $30.00... @Emily Danielson this would be cute in Ava's room! When she needs a book corner!
I've seen libraries with shelving like this, but it hadn't crossed my mind that it would work at home. (From an article about kids' writing centres.)
You won't believe how quick & easy it is to make this darling "M is for Magazine" rack using precut wood letters & a piece of scrap wood! A stylish & original gift idea that is sure to be a hit!
Dish drain used for coloring book storage. Create a cheap, neat and easy coloring station! (Also at
love it all! big pompom blanket, book shelves, abc art piece, fuzzy cushion and rug
18 Clever Organizing Tricks|Combat clutter with ordinary household items used in unexpected ways.
IKEA spice racks as bookshelves in nursery - great idea for a smaller space. Could use in the laundry.
20 Cool Ways to Display Children’s Books. We have so many books, but the kids tend to leave them all over the floor. Is it b/c we need an easier way to store/stack them!? Ideas...!!