You don’t need an entire wall full of books to express you are a true book lover.
Even the smallest bookshelf can show that you care for books and they are important for you.
Women’s lifestyle website PureWow have prepared a lovely visual that shows different ways to arrange books on a bookshelf or in a bookcase.
We’ve got you covered, whether you’re a bookworm trying to find a place for your beloved hardcovers or a total minimalist thinking only about negative space.
Which way is closest to how you do it?
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