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4 Bookshelves Every Minimalist Would Love

These pieces prove that you can achieve beauty and function even with just a few materials

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There is nothing more satisfying than staring at a tall shelf full of books, both tattered and new, especially if you are a bibliophile. However, for those working with limited room, having a big and bulky bookcase can be quite impractical. 

If your floor space is being taken over by huge stacks of novels, maybe it's time to let go of these reads to make space for your favorite ones. To get you started on your journey to becoming a minimalist reader, we've put together four ingenious displays that may motivate you to cull your personal collection: 

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