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34 Small Things You Can Do To Make Your Home Look So Much Better

"Simply rearranging your books can work wonders. | 34 Small Things You Can Do To Make Your Home Look So Much Better" I LOVE this! unfortunately I have too many books and not enough shelving to waste the space like this.

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Moorish Trellis Furniture Stencil

Furniture piece with our Moorish Trellis by Susan of Uniquely Yours or Mine.

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Analysis of a Well Styled Bookcase

Article with ideas for how to arrange a beautifully balanced bookshelf

Patterned wallpaper on the back of a bookshelf. have two cheap bookshelves on my drive way, going to take off crown molding and put one piece and add wall paper, thanks for the pin!! just got my idea on what to do with those old shelves!!! rcl

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How To Decorate & Style Bookshelves

Right Bookshelf-Book Diagonals How to decorate shelves // that doesn't look like a bookshelf to me. that looks like stuff and a few books. my bookshelves will be books and books and books and books.

How to style your bookcases (mix up the shapes and sizes of the accessories, alternate the direction of your books and stagger the heights, paint the back of a book case to give contrast to your accessories, lean framed artwork and photographs against the wall, etc.)

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Updating the IKEA Hemnes Bookcase with Wallternatives

Bookshelf makeover with Wallternatives by Let's Eat Grandpa

This is a very cool idea to make a really plain bookshelf look great. Years ago I white-washed an ugly old bookcase of mine and painted the background in a sample paint of blue and it looks great - don't want to change it!

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Worth the Wait

Need to paint a large bookshelf for my already painted robin's egg blue bedroom. This is perfect!

Wallpaper the back of the bookcase, making even an IKEA purchase look upscale (from interior design guest post on Ain't No Mom Jeans)