HOW TO STYLE A BOOKSHELF
IT'S ALL IN THE DETAILS
The bookshelf has once again become trendy and has taken up space in many homes. Choosing a bookshelf with a unique design and styling it with beautiful interior details has become very popular. We give you our best tips on how to succeed.
5 TIPS ON HOW TO STYLE A BOOKSHELF
Our HOLTON bookcase has been loved by many influencers and fits in most homes. But decorating a well-matched and balanced bookshelf that is both personal and practical can be a challenge. We have collected 5 concrete tips and also inspiration from Louise Hjorth, Valerie Aflalo and Emelie Ekman's styling.
1. CREATE BALANCE
Creating balance in the bookshelf gives a harmonious impression. For example, if you place some large books on the right side, it can be good to meet them with a large vase or similar somewhere on the left side. The fact that there are then two larger objects on either side of the bookcase creates a balanced impression.
2. SELECT PERSONAL DETAILS
Put things on the shelf that you really like, then it will be more personal. Maybe the unique flea market find, a memory from a trip, or why not your favorite books?
3. UNIFORM COLOUR SCALE
Try to stick to a uniform colour scheme so that everything harmonizes. If you have a wooden bookshelf, it can be nice to style it with other natural materials such as a branch or a twig.
4. LET IT BE AIRY
The bookshelf should give an airy impression. It doesn't matter if you don't fill all the sections, it just creates a calm. The furnishing details are important, but the design of the bookcase can be beautiful in its simplicity, for example the massive round parts in the HOLTON bookshelf, which give a unique design.
5. REMEMBER THE LIGHTING
Wait until the evening and get a feeling for the lighting. Where does it need to shine, or on what?
HOLTON IN SCANDINAVIAN DESIGN
HOLTON is a well-crafted collection in Scandinavian design. The bookshelf holds a lot of storage and becomes a stylish eye-catcher in the room. In the HOLTON collection, there are also matching console tables and coffee tables in natural oak or black lacquered oak.