Tree Inspired Shelves!

I love art that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional especially if it is inspired by nature. These shelves have both form and function from various artist and are all amazing! This idea can be taken and made in your own DIY project! More Below!



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37 Responses to Tree Inspired Shelves!

  1. Rachel says:

    I love this! I want to do this on my wall!!

  2. Vanessa says:

    Lets do it!

  3. aquariann says:

    Neat shelves! The third would look magnificent beside my reading nook.

  4. carolyn says:

    I love these! I would like to try it out in my little one’s nursery.

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  6. Macy Lopez says:

    I love the concept. This is one of those items that are in your house not just for the function but for the look it brings on as well. For someone like me who loves books, this is just what I need!

  7. Jon says:

    Please tell me I’m not the only one that thought of Minecraft when I saw the first pic. ::

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  9. DDekor says:

    Beautiful, i love it

  10. Love them! Especially the third one down! Little to lazy to make it, but I’d totally buy it.

  11. Grace says:

    These are sooo cool!!!! Designing my new room and can’t wait to use these ideas!

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  15. Laura says:

    I was looking for some great ideas for my home. Thank you verey much for the lovely pics and the inspiration that came with them.

  16. These shelves are great! Some of them look like a pretty easy project. Thanks for sharing!


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  18. Leanne says:

    Loveeee this!! Thank you for sharing and inspiring! I would love to build some in the future!

  19. Eugenia says:

    These shelves are absolutely fantastic. I love trees. I would like to decorate my studio like that.
    Super cool!

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  21. denisse says:

    awsome.!!!! where can i buy those??, please contact me…….!! :)

  22. Lantis Scorgie says:

    it seems that this idea is growing on many people !!!! what about a family tree or cocept growth tree .

  23. Very cool shelves!! Love all the different designs. So original, and a great focal point to a room. Books are so beautiful to look at, and when displayed like that…well, it makes them rock out loud. Love it!!

  24. ceylin says:

    so wonderful
    i love it so so much
    i hope they are for me!

  25. Tina says:

    These are very innovative ideas in terms of creating shelves into a shape of a tree. It also adds pizzazz to the room and of course, a very excellent conversation piece.

  26. Nisha says:

    Oh wow! Inspiration really is all around us, just a matter of picking it up!

  27. anand says:

    thats great….

  28. aisyahIM says:

    I love that! Someday when I have my own library I will make that bookshelf :D

  29. sihmaharti says:

    beautiful :)

  30. Such great ideas. Space saving and stylish at the same time. Perfect for small spaces that need more storage.

  31. Golooba Zyad says:

    They are beautiful,thanks

  32. Samantha says:

    These are all amazing! So unique and creative, I’d want them all in my house!

  33. Ohhh i’d love to do this in our little boys room, if we nit renting. Just fab.

  34. The pixel-looking tree was my favourite. Geeky I know but cool nonetheless. The colours are what I enjoy the most. Simple and innovative is the way forward I think which definitely seeps from the selection of images you’ve shared. I guess the next innovative method would be to have an actual tree hollowed out in places to house CDs etc.

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