7 Home Library Designs with Floor-To-Ceiling Shelving to Keep Your Favorite Book

Floor-to-ceiling shelving is recommended shelving for your home library. This kind of shelving can open up your home library space and make it feel larger than it seems. It is the perfect shelving for a home library with minimal space.

Check out these 7 home library designs with floor-to-ceiling shelving to keep your favorite book.

1. The Sounding Space by PRUSTA

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The Sounding Space by PRUSTA has an awesome home library design with floor-to-ceiling shelving that can invite everyone to sit and read some books. Designed in black, this shelving looks simple and perfect for the house’s industrial interior.

Photographer: Leonas Garbacauskas

 

2. Pix House by CANDIDA TABET ARQUITETURA

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This huge home library design with floor-to-ceiling shelving is perfect for your big house. Pix House by CANDIDA TABET ARQUITETURA designs its home library with big wooden shelving complete with a ladder.

Photography: CRISTIANO MASCARO and TUCA REINÉS

 

3. Strelein Warehouse by Ian Moore Architects

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Strelein Warehouse by Ian Moore Architects uses floor-to-ceiling shelving to highlight its home library space. The home library design with floor-to-ceiling shelving in this house is about creating a monochrome look completed with black furniture and a black rug.

Photographer: Iain D MacKenzie

 

4. T42 House by VJAA

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You can also find a home library design with floor-to-ceiling shelving in T42 House by VJAA. The home library in this house is surrounded by massive floor-to-ceiling shelving. In the middle, there is a glass table and chairs that can provide a cozy seating area for reading.

Photography: VJAA

 

5. Wood House by NAME Architecture

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Wood House by NAME Architecture has a home library design with floor-to-ceiling shelving that looks natural and soft. Wood is the main material in this house’s home library. The shelving is made of wood, as well as the floor.

Photography: NAME Architecture

 

6. House in Hadano by Design Associates Nakamura

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House in Hadano by Design Associates Nakamura uses floor-to-ceiling shelving not only to store books but also as a room divider. It is a great idea for a home library design that can save more space.

Photography: Masaki Hamada / Kawasumi – Kobayashi Kenji Photograph Office

 

7. Elizabeth II by Bates Masi Architects

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Elizabeth II by Bates Masi Architects is a single-family residence that has a simple home library design with floor-to-ceiling shelving. The shelving is made of wood and attached to the wall of the room. A seating area is also created to provide a cozy feeling while reading.

Photography: Bates Masi Architects

Karin Hoover

“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” – Leonardo da Vinci
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