Objects with particular designs are always a good option to give our spaces a unique and original style. These fun bookshelves can inspire you to get out of the ordinary. Take a look at our Top 10 of the most original shelves on the market.
Jointed wall bookshelf by Filip Janssens
Albero design by Gianfranco Frattini
Conceived in the late 1950s as a floor-to-ceiling free-standing bookcase, “Albero” was designed for use in interior settings rather than for serial production. The structure stands out both for its complex cabinet work and for its sculpted nature, acting as the centrepiece of a room.
Bookshelf design by CB2
Superman Bookshelf design by Burak Dogan
Bilbao Tree Shelf by Sebastian Errazuriz
“Bilbao receives its name from the street in Santiago where the artist found a branch that had broken off a fallen tree. The branch was taken to the workshop and twisted, turned, and readapted so it could hug a flat wall and live a new life as a shelf. The shelf is part of the tree series, which attempts to let the natural forms found in nature dictate the majority of design”
Shelving Unit by Nauris Kalinauskas
The bookworm 2.0 Atelier 010
Bookworm is a single piece of furniture that combines a chair and bookshelf in one. Bookworm CLASSY is finished in a rich veneer that offers an elegant alternative to the colorfull Bookworm COLOR.
SU LINE Bookcase design by Diego Collared
Composed by irregularly welded shaped units made of varnished metal.
Design by Victor Vasilev
Primo Quart design by Giuseppe Viganó for Saba Italia
This light, stunning bookcase is arched rather like a waxing moon. Functional and at the same time creating a strong decorative effect, it consists of slanting internal shelves and dividers that create a curved line, with a decidedly harmonious effect.