Bedrooms Bookshelves: 22 Inspirational Examples For Those Who Love To Sleep Near Their Books

Human beings come to love books right from their early childhood. The stories that they tell and the adventures they take us on make us hold them close to our hearts, and take them into our beds to relax us off into dreamland. We’ve composed this set of unique wall shelves and book cases by the bedside which allow us to do just that. From a few well placed shelves to story filled headboards. From book nooks to sleeping in an entire home library, this article has got the whole spectrum of bedtime reading storage for book lovers who love to sleep beside their beloved books.


Source: Hunting For George  

The first inspirational book filled bedroom is a simple serene space where the bookshelves run the whole width of the room above a bench seat, bathed in sunlight.


Visualizer: Nagwa Shawer  

The unique wall sconces on either side of this modern platform bed provide light for both partners to do a little bedtime reading. A contemporary snaking bookshelf design holds a moderate selection on standby.


Visualizer: Giorgos Tataridis   

This really is a headboard feature wall suited to book lovers. With ten LED-lit cubby holes, suited perfectly to displaying book stacks, this is a thing of beauty and practicality. Though, maybe those higher out-of-reach shelves should be just for those out-of-rotation old books that you just can’t seem to part with. A tangle of bedroom pendant lights provide the bedtime reading light here, along with a pair of Vibia Slim 0920 pendants over the bedside units.


Visualizer: Vladimir Prichina   

This super sophisticated bedroom scheme, with textured feature wall, harbours a bookcase alcove. The comfortable reading chair here is the Husk chair by Patricia Urquiola.


Visualizer: Vadim Kuchuk   

Not many of us have a sprawling bedroom of these proportions but if we did we’d sure like to fill it with a home library like this one. One entire wall has been filled top to bottom with bespoke shelving. An additional unit, to hold even more books, runs behind the headboard. This low-level console acts as a functional device to section the sleep space off from the walkway to the library area.


Visualizer: Artem Trigubchak & Alexey Gulesha  

Another home library style bedroom but this time one of more modest proportions. Many of us could make this type of layout work in our bedrooms – though we might have to sacrifice our wardrobes! Hey, who needs clothes when we’ve got all these books to read whilst tucked up in bed? A dual head directional floor lamp provides an opportunity to light up the page and the reading stacks at the same time.

Over-bed shelving can be a space saving option for book storage in a small scale bedroom.


Designer: 2B Group  

This bespoke book shelving makes use of the space around and between two large windows. A librarian’s ladder allows use of the full wall height.


Architect: Shamsudin Kerimov  

A solid wall of books can look a little repetitive, so these bright orange decorative boxes serve as moments of relief, adding pops of interest and style.


Visualizer: Lala Akkiraz   

The open-backed bookcase in this industrial decor scheme has been wall mounted to maintain all of the floor space, A clear bubble chair hangs in the home library area, and the shape of this is echoed in the ball shades of the floor lamp by another bedside chair.


Visualizer: Boom Project   

A trio of square frames form a unique wall shelf above this grey upholstered platform bed. Angular bedside lamps match the look.


Visualizer: Plasterlina  

A walk-in wardrobe flanks this sleeping space, the wall of which is composed from a ceiling height bookcase that can be accessed from either side.


Visualizer: Andew Sadokha  

This beautiful grey and white modern bedroom scheme utilizes a barn door to conceal a study area where reference books occupy recessed shelving. Out by the bed, more bookcases run beneath and between undressed windows. Each of the charcoal grey towers hold unexpected flashes of yellow and white, lining random sections.


Visualizer: Nikita Borisenko  

An enormous uniform layout of white boxes make up this bedroom library wall. A long desk has been built into this arrangement, where books can be studied. A couple of the cubes have been populated with display pieces, like colourful decorative vases and the Eames Bird replica. Three cupboards are concealed behind sliding doors, one of which holds a TV monitor that can be viewed from the bed when the owner is not in the mood for reading one of their many books!


Visualizer: Plasterlina  

The symmetrical roof-shaped canopy over this bed has made playful use of the rooms sloped ceiling angle, exaggerating it rather than trying to disguise it. The resulting triangular void would have been wasted space if not filled with this jaunty little bookcase. The bed resides inside of the cosy house-shaped den surrounded with more accessible book shelving options.


Visualizer: Max Kuczkowski   

This bespoke bookcase has been built to the same shape of the sloping wall but on a smaller scale.


Visualizer: Only Studio  

Another loft bedroom, only this one is of tiny proportions. Four basic shelves of decreasing lengths make maximum use of the awkward space.

A child’s bedroom should always have some sort of book storage. Here, two long units are wall mounted in a staggered layout to create an nice feature.


Visualizer: Sergi Mengot   

The upper shelves of this tall bookcase could be accessed from the top bunk in this children’s bedroom.


Visualizer: Sangiorgio Mobili   

An adjustable shelving system spans the headboard wall of this bedroom, continuing over the work area and stylish desk chair.


Visualizer: Sangiorgio Mobili   

The shelves in this kids room are filled with books and knick-knacks side-by-side.

This desk bed provides the perfect solution for an amalgamated library/study and bedroom scenario.

Check out this reading list for book lovers:
Home Decor Gifts For Book Lovers
50 Unique Bookends For Book Lovers
32 Comfortable Reading Chairs To Help You Get Lost In Your Literary World

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