This Spanish-style wall shelf is ideal to give each trinket in your collection a designated display case to prevent overcrowding. A coat of paint can also take the shelves up a notch and match your other decor, and there’s a matching full-length bookshelf, too.
This bookshelf might give you the ick at first, but it’ll look much better when it’s filled with books. Three different lengths allow you to customize it to your liking with swirls or waves. The bookend supports help your lit material stay upright, and each piece can hold up to 22 pounds.
While not the best option if you have acute trypophobia, this can’t-miss bookshelf can be used against the wall or as a room divider. Its circular shape even makes it stackable with clips if you want some added height, and it can hold books, pots, and other flat-surface pieces.
Francesca Cutini designed this quirky storage unit from recycled Italian oil barrels. The wheels make it versatile for any room, and its repurposed nature is a win for sustainability.
For those with an earthier vibe in their homes, these wall shelves are made from reclaimed teak wood. Because it uses natural material, each piece is completely unique and can be shopped in three sizes (extra small, small, and large).