Floating Books bookshelf

March 16, 2009 at 8:13 pm 2 comments

Conceal Bookshelf

Creates an invisible book shelf on any wall.


I found this engenious idea available amongst many other places at VAT19 .

I think would look great in a kids bedroom placed at different levels creating not only a great place to store books, but also a unique decorative wall feature.

Conceal Invisible Book Shelves are a clever way to literally float books on your wall.
The ingenious design allows you to pile up to 20 lbs worth of books without being able to discern the support mechanism regardless of viewing angle.

The books simply appear to be floating.

The Conceal Invisible Bookshelf requires at least one hardcover book on the bottom. But, then you can add soft cover books or any other decor item.Simple and quick to install (all you need is a screwdriver and a wall)


Step 1:

Screw the Conceal Invisible Book Shelf into the wall (preferably into a stud) with the included hardware.


Step 2:

Insert the back cover of a hard cover book into the bottom lip of the Conceal Invisible Book Shelf. Fold the top of the book onto the horizontal ledge and you’re ready to stack!


Step 3:

Pile your kids books high! Grab those colourful kids books, pile them high on your “magical” floating book shelves. Once you have at least one hardcover book on the bottom of the Conceal Book Shelf, you can also stack paperback books, magazines, schoolbooks, you name it. The more colourful the better


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