Bookshelves are a great storage solution for more than just books, and they can also make a room more stylish! Here are some of the best DIY bookshelves you can make yourself. These easy-to-follow tutorials will help you DIY some amazing bookshelves and impress everyone with your awesome project.
Pallet furniture is so popular right now, and what better way to try the style than with this easy crates & pallet bookshelf?
Here’s a bookshelf that makes a fun weekend project and uses Strong-Tie connectors to speed up the building phase.
The Toscana bookshelf retails for almost $800 which sounds intimidating but if you decide to make your own DIY version it only costs around $80.
If you think this geometric bookshelf is impressive wait until you see the rest of the collection that will come as a series of posts. I teamed up with Sarah from The Created Home on these geometric builds and the bookshelf was first in line. Click the link below to get the free plans for this beauty and visit Sarah for the complete tutorial.
Floating bookshelves are so practical! They still provide storage but they are also slim so excellent in any small room.
When the bookshelf of your dreams costs $1000 what can you do other than learn to make your own? That’s what Jenna did and it turned out perfect.
A house bookshelf looks adorable in any child’s bedroom but these are also quite expensive. The good news is you can make your own for a fraction of the price.
Spine bookshelves look so classy! Even more, they’re another brilliant storage solution for small spaces but also versatile since you can also use them to display decorative items.
This bookshelf has the simplest of designs and the raw wood totally adds charm. Nevertheless, it looks quite sturdy so there will be no compromises.
Mid-century modern furniture isn’t out of style yet. This MOD bookshelf is sized for kids and the free plans from Anna White are self-explanatory.
If you have a passion for rearranging furniture, a rolling bookshelf is just the thing you need. This one has a rustic industrial vibe but keep in mind that paint can change a lot.
While this bookshelf was designed for kids, I can definitely see it looking good in a living room stained with a neutral color.
This farmhouse bookshelf might seem like an intimidating woodworking project but do check the instructions. They’re very thorough and it’s so gorgeous it will be worth the effort.
I love how this bookshelf came out and even though it was designed for the basement I’m sure it would look beautiful as bathroom storage.
If you checked out your fair share of DIY rain gutter bookshelves, you probably noticed most of them aren’t very stylish. In fact, the real success of this project is that the bookshelves actually look very elegant.
Ursula outdid herself with this amazing bookshelf made from reclaimed wood. It’s true, reclaimed wood is not that cheap but it does give this project a lovely appearance.
Sometimes making something custom is much better. Take this project for example that will teach you how to make floating shelves even if you have uneven walls.
This crate bookshelf is one of the easiest ideas ever but also brilliant since it looks so good!
Here’s a modern DIY bookshelf that looks like an expensive purchase and just begs to show off some pretty decorations.
Isn’t this dollhouse bookcase just adorable? It’s also a wonderful build for your child’s room.