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For people who like to read, having a library at home is certainly a dream. Having their own space specifically for storing books is certainly a special treasure for them. Besides being able to care for favorite books, the library can also be room to enjoy my time. The book is a window to the world where humans can explore various things about the world. Of course, a design for a library at home must bring comfort and calm so that reading activities are more conducive.
From furniture, book storage shelves, tables, and reading chairs need to be chosen to suit the character of the occupants. The first thing to do is to determine the style of the library that fits the needs so that the collection of books is easy to find. You can sort them by size, theme, alphabetical order, even color. Here are some home library designs that can be your inspiration and choice.
1. Use size
Consider the size of the collection of books you have, unite with the bookshelf design. If you don’t have enough budget to customize the design of bookshelves, you can do smart tricks and use the wall like a bookshelf. Only with a few cost-effective bracket shelves, neatly arranged book collections while beautifying the walls of the house.
2. Use of colors
Simple bookshelves can be beautiful by arranging book placement according to matching colors. Arrange according to the rainbow color sequence for example. Easy isn’t it?
3. Use of space under the stairs
No need to provide a special room for the library at home. An empty area under the stairs is enough to hold your book collection. Cleverly utilize every m2 of space you have. Besides saving space, access to taking books is also easier.
4. Arrange according to a theme
Arranging books based on their theme is quite fun and easier to remember the location, especially if there is a large collection of books. Try a diagonal bookshelf. Arrange the book based on the cover title. Children prefer dynamism. Library design like this will attract children’s reading interest. Book storage needs, reading comfort, and aesthetic aspects are integrated into the design of bookshelves as well as reading chairs. Space saving, functional, and high aesthetic value.