15 Bookshelves That Break The Mold

If you love reading as much as I do, then you are going to need a good bookshelf or bookcase to hold all your collections. Storing books in a rectangular or square shelf can be boring.  Check out these bookshelves that break the mold and can clear away the clutter while adding a little panache to your home.

Zelli – Duret Younes
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Infinity – Job Koelewijn
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Three Quad Styles – Nauris Kalinauskas
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Skew – Smansk
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Hang In There – OldandCold
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Books On Books – Invisible Bookshelf
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Bliss Storyline – Frederik Roije
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Hand-Carved Trees – Landers Woodworking
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Trailing Spiral – Brianna Kufa
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Library Tree Branch – Oliver Dolle
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SheLLf – Ka-Lai Chan
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Rocky Credenza – La Chance
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Tree Of Knowledge – Jamie Joseffry
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Five Tier Corner Unit – Loft Essentials
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Sloped & Slanted – Anthropologie
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Furniture And Home Décor Trends To Watch For In 2015

What better way to kick off the new year than by redecorating your home? We’ve broken down 2015’s must-have furniture and home décor trends for fearless new year’s makeover.

Heavy Metals

The use of metallic elements in modern interior design is not new, but we are starting to see it being used more frequently. I personally love seeing shiny metallic metals in juxtaposition with furniture from raw, natural materials.

The best way to integrate metallic pieces into your home is with cool accessories, candles, or tabletop decor.


Tone on Tone

Getting the Tone on Tone look in your living room is all about layering. Use the same color in different saturations and textures throughout the space. The easiest way to recreate the monochromatic look is to mix and match patterns, keeping it all within the same color family. The end result will be soft, calm and sophisticated.


Natural Elements

Adding natural elements to your space will give it warmth and depth. The easiest way to get the natural look in your home is by using furniture with natural woods. Woods that are lighter in color create an open and airy feel, while darker woods evoke glamor and masculinity.