Bookcases

From Salvage to Storage: 14 DIY Designer Projects

By Aurélie Drouet

Photography Jérôme Blin

192 pages, Paperback with flaps

18.5 x 23.7 cm, portrait

400 color, b+w illustrations

Paperback

ISBN 978-1-902686-82–0

GBP £19.95

PUBLISHED: Sep, 2016

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14 Original bookcase projects with step-by-step instructions and inspirational features to help you find the one that suits you.

Bookshelves showcase our favourite books and our most treasured objects. Not just useful and practical, they reflect our style and identity, becoming design features in their own right while at the same time fitting harmoniously into our living spaces. They are also relatively easy to make! You don’t need to be an experienced handyman to realize these original designs: all 14 creations include step-by-step photographs, plans and technical tips to guide you through each stage.

Aurélie Drouet also peruses some of the more ambitious library and bookcase projects by leading designers and architects, to inspire all book-lovers.

Aurélie Drouet loves writing in all its forms, from audio-visual projects to mainstream publishing. Her work in a variety of media, including television, radio and photography, has helped to shape her awareness of the possibilities of both images and words. After many years spent bringing other people’s ideas to fruition, Aurélie now publishes her own designs through books on interior decoration, vintage and flea-market style and designer DIY: 100% Pallet From Freight to Furniture (Scriptum Editions).

 

Jérôme Blin is a French freelance photographer who has developed an individual style and body of work, combining the intimate with the documentary. As an active member of the photography collective Bellavieza, he has published his work in Passage, paysage (Editions Siloë). Also, in addition to his photojournalism work for the French national press (including Le Monde Mag, Viva Magazine, La Croix), he also carries out regular assignments for the cultural sector.