They are exactly what I wanted. Neat. Organised. Pretty. At least to me they are.
So let me take you on a shelf by shelf tour!
My favourite hardbacks shelf:
With the way I organised them, you can see the covers of some of my favourite books/covers and I managed to fit all but two of the books back onto the shelf, so this turned out to be more economical with space than I first thought it would be.
Next to organise was my ARCs shelf. This was the hardest and the shelf I’m least happy with because I never managed to totally get it colour co-ordinated. I’ve never been a very visual person and I’m not very good with colours and colour matching so this was really the best I could do. However, I’m happy because they at least look more organised and surprisingly, I saved space somehow. I even go more excited to read some of the ARCs there after discovering them again!
Now for my hardback classics’ shelf. This one was super easy to organise and surprisingly economical on book space.
Next, welcome to my penguin shelf! Yes they have a whole shelf. I am just as amazed as you are.
The next two shelves are more paperback classics and assorted graphic novels.
Now, you may have noticed gaps in my bookshelf. Suspicious gaps. Noticeable gaps. There is a part four to the My Little Bookshelf project. Because I’m not finished yet. The shelves have been organised and the last step is to decorate them. I can’t wait to show you what I have planned for that!