Crazy Bookshelves Keep Your Books in Line

by Derwood Hunsdale-Talbot on September 22, 2008

Or not in line, as the case may be with some of these topsy turvy bookshelf ideas!

Starting off with the craziest bookshelves of them all, let’s forgo the physical variety and go for the virtual.

Our top on-line bookshelves

Got a Facebook account? Try the Good Reads application! Post reviews, search and share a virtual bookshelf through your Facebook account with friends and family.

Don’t want to bother with Facebook? Shelfari is the site for you. Build your own virtual bookshelf, discuss, tag and rate books to your heart’s content. Recently acquired by Amazon.com in August of this year you can be sure this site isn’t going to move your bookshelf for a long while.

Trying to fill your bookshelf and need help? Try Abebooks, also known as “Advanced Book Exchange” this network helps you connect with independent booksellers across the country to find what you’re looking for, be it out of print, rare or just used. This site was also acquired by Amazon.com in August.

The funkiest bookshelves that could ever grace your home

NEL’s Pack of Dogs

Crazy-Bookshelves-Books-You-Keep

Learn how to create an invisible bookshelf from Instructables

How about Unaboler’s hanging bookshelves?

Hexagons from Sean You Opus Shelving

Nerdiest bookshelf ever made from Marcos Breder

Need more? Check out Fresh Home’s gallery of 30 bookshelves mania.

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Mia February 18, 2010 at 12:04 am

Goodreads isn’t just on Facebook, it’s an actual website.

looking for a history of italian cooking February 27, 2010 at 12:43 am

The more sites I visit the more I realize that most of them don’t live up to their promise, but this one is different. I love it.

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