Bookshelf Porn: What’s On Your Shelves?

There’s nothing better than a well organized bookshelf, in my opinion. Whether it’s mine or someone else’s, I don’t care. I will shamelessly scope out your bookshelf if you invite me over. Anyway, this past weekend I did some spring cleaning (and painting!), and reorganized some of my shelves. I put some in color order:

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20140305-230909.jpgI’ve never done it this way before, because the series and stuff are out of order, but I love the way it looks! I also have these light up picture clothespin things, hanging above the shelves and I am an avid fan of this wall.

I also devoted (almost) a whole shelf to books I want to read in the near future:

20140306-155647.jpgFinally, I have a shelf for just miscellaneous type books.

20140306-155702.jpgDon’t worry, I got rid of some books, too. It was absolute chaos trying to take them all out of my room to paint it. I knew I had a ton of books but still, some had to go. It’s mostly old Nicholas Sparks books I read forever ago and won’t read again, or things I didn’t like much. Luckily some of my friends are willing to take some off my hands.

20140305-230927.jpgSo, after much time and re-organizing, I feel a lot better about things. Ready for Spring! Now if only the weather would cooperate.

How do you like to re/organize your books? Do you poke around people’s shelves too?

5 comments

  1. I love how you organized your books. The floating shelves look so good.

    I need to invest in a few bookshelves. My books are relegated to under my bed or a side table. Not the most efficient.

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