Two magic arrows push your books! The Magnetic Bookends Arrow(EUR 27.75) looks Cool on your bookshelf! "They not only keep your books vertically positioned, but due to their material, shine and provide an amazing wow-effect! When viewed at an angle, the clever use of a mirror effect reveals the word "BOOK" on one of the bookends and an exclamation point on the other! "
The 'Porcupine' Bookshelf(GBP 950; about $1500) is the unique way to store your books. Designed by Holly Palmer. Has 18 sections in various sizes for holding your favorite book. When a book is removed, the fluorescent compartment is revealed behind. It is designed to sit beside a standard chair. "The concept behind this piece is one of negative spaces - the books negative representations are made permanent in the structure of the unit. The Name of the "Book Porcupine" is given in peference to its silhouette, the stout legs against the spines of the books sticking out at various angles and degrees."
The ALPHABET Drawers(£2700) is good idea to arrange everything from A-Z. Inspired by vintage printing blocks, this beautifully finished chest of 26 drawers is made from solid oak - the perfect place to file everything from A-Z! Order by required.
If you remembered Nils Holger Moormann's Bookinist. Another bookshelf seating by German furniture designer Nils Holger Moormann. Called Easy Reader, which is a bookshelf and bench with a wheel, for reading, sitting, loading and relaxing.
Readers' Nest by WIS Design. I love this design, your books can be a nest, cute and functional. Readers' Nest is a simple but ingenious little shelf for all book lovers. Simply place the book up side down on top of the shelf, and you will easily find the page where you stopped reading. For both regular and pocket books.
Draw a 3-Dimensional Bookshelves! Call Outlines. "What is 2- and what is 3-dimensional? At first sight the black outlines seem to be the object, but with a change of angle reality shifts. The black lines only form a bench or a chair from one angle, from every other point of view there is no concrete image visible. With the shelf the black lines form a bookcase only from one angle."