my brother has send me some pictures of his DIY booksheld that he has finished just this weekend.
It cost him around 3 Euros, the whole shelf. He got this 40 years old book at "Humana" just around the corner from his flat in Darmstadt. He had the metall angle laying around and the Tesa Power Strip in his drawer. He got the piece of wood from an old drawer that was laying around infront of his flat.
After gathering all the materials he started chopping off the pages in the book but not the edges, since he wanted to look the book untouched and original.
After doing that he just screwed the angle to the piece of wood.
He wanted the piece of wood to fit in the book to hide the wood.
He used the Tesa Power Strip to fix the last page of the book to the piece of wood and screwed the angle to his wall.
And TADAAA its done and he can put his favourite books on it and be proud about his DIY project.
I hope you liked the project and give my brother some props :) Keep it postin bloggers and TrendZeta's!