Rhys Hughes
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Line Your Stairway. Amp up your stairs by grouping together a variety of artwork, family photos, kids' drawings, even shadow boxes.

A nautical rope lends a hand as a witty alternative to the standard banister, while family photos and an eclectic art collection line the stairwell. - I like the photo grouping here.

Country style display with HEMNES glass door cabinets in solid pine in a white living room

IKEA - HEMNES, Glass-door cabinet, light brown , Solid wood has a natural feel.With a glass-door cabinet, you can show off as well as protect your glassware or your favorite collection.The shelves are adjustable so you can customize your storage as n

Stunning book case made with Ikea Billy and painted. Would look great in our kitchen

IKEA HACK: Ikea's Billy bookcase gets the ultimate hack treatment, when four units are transformed into a dark, sophisticated wall-hung display storage unit.

John_Cullen Bookcase lighting idea and white exterior bookcase with wooden interior (adds warmth)

Not sure what I think about using lighting in side the cabinets in the craft room. Maybe glass front cabinets on top of it? I tend to put small lamps into book shelves. So we are going to need outlets in the bookshelves. Any bookshelves in the house.

Why not add some unique storage in your home, with this rustic bookcase from Holland. Painted in Farrow & Ball Plummett with Valspar Carriage Wheel inside and lightly distressed. http://www.thetreasuretrove.co.uk/cabinets-and-storage/rustic-dutch-shabby-chic-bookcase

Why not add some unique storage in your home, with this rustic bookcase from Holland. Painted in Farrow & Ball Plummett with Valspar Carriage Wheel inside and lightly distressed.

This grey living room with floor to ceiling bookcases uses a very uniform shelf structure but displays the books themselves in a random, jumbled way, creating a unque and interesting feature wall

This grey living room with floor to ceiling bookcases uses a very uniform shelf structure but displays the books themselves in a random, jumbled way, creating a unque and interesting feature wall. I like the grey shelves