Book Storage Ideas For Kitchens

Ben Herzog Architect Brett Beyer Photographer

Design by Ben Herzog Architect Photographed by Brett Beyer

Whether you’re an avid reader (while spending lots of time in the kitchen) or just love to collect cookbooks, housing your favorite books in your kitchen make for a fun, decorative, yet functional, display.

These built-in shelves housed next to the refrigerator take advantage of the tall ceilings without taking up too much space, both physically and visually, keeping the kitchen from looking cluttered. Although these shelves hold a lot of books, they can also be utilized for decorative glassware and vases.

Global 3

This short bookcase built into the kitchen island is a simple, stylish way to store and display books. The bookcase doesn’t take much room and is easily accessible for anyone in the home- especially if you use your children as little helpers in the kitchen.

London

This bright, beautiful modern kitchen below features a standard bookcase design for housing kitchenware, accessories, and books. Although it looks to be a custom design in this kitchen, you can get the look with a store-bought bookcase- just add a molding.

Beachwood Canyon Art collectors

If you have a very extensive book selection, you can take notes from the modern kitchen below. It features a large, free- standing bookcase that’s accessible in two rooms. The shelves appear to house only books, but you can definitely utilize all this extra storage for china, glassware, a minibar, and decorative accessories.

Eaglemont Kitchen

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Solve : *
21 − 9 =


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

About The Author

Avatar Image
Whitney Jones
Whitney is an Interior Designer and Stylist that loves coming up with creative solutions for small spaces. Living in New Orleans, she’s inspired daily by the colorful art, culture, and music scene of a city she’s been blessed to have grown up in. Her design style is eclectic, bold, and glamorous, blending in the unexpected while being true to her client’s inner style. When she’s not designing spaces, she’s planning her Spring wedding, blogging, making pillows for her Etsy shop, or getting lost in one her favorite books.