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14 Mind-Blowing Bookcases For Your Little Bookworms

Posted by on Aug. 21, 2013 at 11:52 PM
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Jumpstart your little one’s imagination and get her psyched for her favorite stories with these unbelievable bookcases. With built-in seats to staircase storage, these reading centers have it all…and then some. Click through the slideshow and check out 14 inspiring bookcases that will get your kids excited for story time, every time!

Do you have a cool bookshelf?  Or what about a cool reading nook for your kiddo(s)?

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Cave Bookcase
This functional design by Sakura Adachi combines storage with seating to create an ingenious reading center. The little ones will love this super secret reading cave, with easy access to their favorite stories right nearby. Plus, the cozy seat is perfect for some quiet creative time.

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Tree Bookcase
This bookcase is a must for your flower children! As seen on Design Confidential (they even include DIY building instructions!), the tree’s branches are perfect for stocking your nature lover’s favorite stories. Be sure to include The Giving Tree!

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United States Bookcase
This cross-country reading center has something for everyone! Whether your kiddo’s favorites are stored in California, Texas, or New York, this stunningly patriotic bookcase, designed by Ron Arad, offers plenty of storage space from sea to shining sea. Plus, teach the little ones about geography while they organize their collections.

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Bookcase Staircase
A bookcase made from your staircase? Why didn’t we think of that! Levitate Architecture and Design‘s Bookcase Staircase is a truly unique way to store your favorite books and decorate your home at the same time. The little ones won’t mind the trek up the stairs anymore!

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Teacups Bookcase
Everyday is a tea party with this playful bookcase from Etsy! Featuring stacked, colorful teacups and the perfect amount of room for books, your little princess will look forward to reading her favorite stories when they’re stored in these adorable cups.

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Letters Bookcase
We love this inspirational bookcase by Amsterdam-based de Leeuw Designs. The modern design features stacked letters and plenty of space to keep books. The kiddos can practice their alphabet and store their favorite bedtime stories in style!

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Skew Bookcase
This sleek, LEGO-like bookcase, spotted in DeZeen magazine, features stackable, leaning shelves for easy storage and a fun twist on classic designs. Plus, with the sloped shelves, there’s no need for bookends! We love the bright pink shade as well.

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Daydream Bookshelf
Do your little ones have their heads in the clouds? They’ll adore this whimsical bookshelf by Dripta Roy, which celebrates the magic of imagination. Your family will feel inspired to get reading and get creative!

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Yule Bookcase
This awe-inspiring design from cbdisegno is unexpected and practical! With awesome vertical height (it’s attached to the ceiling!), it saves tons of space while encouraging the kids to pick up their favorite book for entertainment.

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Skateboard Bookcase
If you’ve got a mini Tony Hawk in your house, this skateboard bookcase spotted on Freshome is a complete must. With plenty of individual, skateboard shelves, your pro-skater will have lots of space for books to read (when they’re done on the half-pipe, of course!).

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