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Liven up your bookcase with an easy DIY styling session
Properly placed, small decor items can bring new life to your bookshelf
Usually one of the largest pieces of furniture in any given room, a bookcase can make a statement when arranged with care. Small decorative pieces can be used to brighten up the hollows between stacks, and your most beautifully designed books can be featured as art.
I doubt that even the most discerning bibliophile takes the time to properly exhibit their literary treasures. To them, a bookshelf may be a thing of beauty, but to others, it looks like a wasteland for hard covers.
With a little finesse and some small decorative pieces (even the old picture frames that have been shoved under your bed for the past six months will do), your bookshelf can be stylish and functional.
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Styling your bookshelf is a great way to add more life to a room and give your furniture personality.
Kristen Gladiuk is a born and raised BC girl and a Master of Publishing student at SFU. She blogs at https://www.kage-g.blogspot.com about her insatiable appetite for books, live music, food and wine, and has been known to write a post or two about DIY wedding planning.