Put scrap wood to use as letter bookends. To make, use letter stencils and pencils to mark the surface of the wood. Next, guide a jigsaw along the traced letter. Use sandpaper to smooth out any rough edges before placing the letters at each end of a bookshelf.
Each shelf on this bookshelf is organized with collections of books in matching color. Contemporary trinkets act as stylish bookends. The decorations bring additional color and personality to the beautiful display.
On the nursery side of the space, a designers added details like the pink, gold and black tassels, candles, books and the letters spelling "little", creating a sweet space for this baby girl, right across from her sister.
This transitional living room is centered around a glass coffee table surrounded by a neutral sofa with nailhead trim and coordinating neutral chairs. A neutral rug breaks up the wooden floor and thin black shelves sit flush against the wall holding books and photographs. An accent pillow with a red design adds a small change in color along with a metallic fabric ottoman.
To separate the nursery side of the space from the "big girl" side, a wallpaper accent wall brings a soft touch to the space. Together with the sweet, muted details on this side of the room, this baby girl has a stylish, yet soothing place to rest her head.
Turquoise birds fly overhead on the ceiling of this girl's bedroom. A pale green dresser adds an antique element to the design and compliments the tone of the birds' coloring. A white starburst mirror and white decorative elements keep the bright and white look of the room.
For an eclectic, collected-over-time look on bookcases, Emily Henderson, host of HGTV's Secrets From a Stylist, likes to create balance without symmetry. To achieve the look, pepper books, objects and artwork throughout the shelves.