Handmade tabletop book shelves designed by Erik Heywood of Book/Shop in San Fransisco offer a creative and beautiful alternative to home organization. Blending attractive design and warm natural material, these tabletop book shelves pleasantly alter traditional space saving ideas for home organization.
The book shelves are available in natural birch and walnut plywood and look wonderful on a table top individually or arranged in pairs. They are designed for packing flat, slotting together for an instant set up. Designer Erik Heywood from Book/Shop, book—shop.com/ suggests using them as either a single shelf or in a continuous row.
The tabletop book shelves made of birch plywood cost $99. Walnut wood book shelves are on sale for $139. Each wood book shelf piece is cut and trimmed by hand. The wooden book shelves are hand rubbed with natural beeswax.
Tabletop book shelves handmade of wood
These book shelves are easily packed and assembled by slotting pieces together, which makes the design practical and ideal for moving to new places.
Modern book shelves
by Ena Russ
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