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10 Cool Tree Bookshelf Designs For Your Favorite Reads

beautiful tree bookshelf design

If you love to read then you also probably have a bookshelf in your home. Bookshelves aren’t typically interesting or exciting pieces of furniture, but they can be. Tree bookshelves, which as the name suggests, are book shelves designed in the shape of trees. Their unique design not only makes them the perfect place to store all of your favorite books, but it also makes them a great addition to your home from an interior design stand point. These shelves can easily steal the show in any room. They can stand alone or be attached to a wall. Since they can be made in a variety of designs, they can also be built to fit into any space. Even if you don’t have a huge collection of books that you’re worried about storing, a tree bookshelf can also be used for other items. Storage is typically one of those things that you can never have too much of. Not only does storage space give you a designated place for your belongings, but it can also help keep your space clean and clutter free. For example, if you’ve got pictures or awards that you’d like to put on display, a tree bookshelf can be a great place for them. Take a look at 10 cool tree bookshelf designs for your favorite reads.

yule tree bookshelf

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cool green tree style bookshelf for kids' room

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black and white book shelves shaped like trees

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large book shelf shaped like a tree

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tree trunk bookshelf

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cool and creative book shelf ideas

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bedroom with tree book case

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cool book shelf for kids room

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cool tree shelf with branches

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tree shaped bookshelf with leaves

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Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.