Take a look at this 3-dimensional optical illusion bookshelf. It’s a real product. How did they do that?
The Australian firm ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects designed this bookshelf called the “Bias of Thoughts”. If you look at it very closely, you might notice two subtly slanted bars that trick the eye. Pretty cool. And you thought it couldn’t be built
This week, Dan Faires builds a rugged bookshelf out of reclaimed lumber and galvanized black pipe.
Watch the How-To Video
Color is deeply personal. We all have our favorites (mine is fuchsia) and those we despise (green just isn’t my hue).
Photo Credit: Domino Magazine
For some it’s all about beige, and then there are those of us who go wild and paint a whole room blue.
(Yes I am referring to that episode of HGTV Design Star).
Bring Color Home, Your Way
The Blog on the Bookshelf
Designers and architects are thinking outside of the box when it comes to how we display our books and knick-knacks. Check out these great finds: