Australian House & Garden

Smart shopper BOOK STORAGE

Reading is one of life’s greatest pleasures, but storing books can be problematic – particularly for voracious readers who are short on living space. “Books add warmth, texture and personality to a home, but they can certainly present a storage issue,” says Dana Goldberg, interior designer and director of Nido Studio. “If this is the case, you need to get creative.”

Existing shelves straining under the weight of your collection? Perhaps you have towering piles of books that are threatening to topple. Don’t despair – there’s a raft of neat solutions

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