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tutorial - how to achieve a well styled bookshelf. The key to good balance is layering from front to back and adding elements at varying heights. Build from the ground up by adding different elements and layers to create an engaging and interesting composition. (multiple photo examples)

I’ve always loved this bookcase composition and shared it in a previous about creating a dazzling display. This white bookcase was dressed up with the addition of grasscloth wallpaper at the bookcase back. It adds an unexpected touch to a typical built-in – via Cottage and Vine

Library: Even if you have a lot of books, alternate their position between laying horizontal and vertical, then add accessories throughout – via The Art of Doing Stuff.

Love the blue background! Great idea for the kitchen pantry.

this is well arrange, but just too quiet for me. If the inside backs were painted a Chinese red, all of the beigey objects would just pop! They would assume an importance they don't have now. Sherwin Williams Amazing Gray

Really want to add shelves to walls. Either in living room, entry way,, kitchen or all three. and love the way they have decorated these

Rue Magazine (May 2012 Issue). Photography by Belathee Photography. Design by Cassandra Lavalle.

These shelves are awesome, I love when the shelves disappear against the walls and only the color of the stuff ON the shelves is what really catches your eye. Seems to me its less "great shelves" and more "great stuff!"

Turn bookshelves into a family photo zone by lining them with framed photographs. Place small photos on stacks of books if there's room for both. If your shelves are deep, try pushing the books to the back and placing photos in front.

Want to paint the furniture someday and I have 3 huge bookshelves that are dark now. I like this look!