Love Aesthetics

November 5, 2014


love aesthetics DIY bookpile sidetable 0

love aesthetics DIY bookpile sidetable 00

love aesthetics DIY bookpile sidetable 000


/ books
/ white paper
/ (round) sheet of glass
images by me 

My love for the basic, mundane, unspecific, everyday objects just got yet a bit stronger.
They are like building blocks for anything you can imagine. Yesterday I stacked my DIY anonymous books, added a glass circle and finally stacked one last heavy book on the pile to keep the glass in place, creating a new side table.

So beautiful.
My current favorite piece of ‘furniture’.

15 responses to “DIY / NEXT LEVEL BOOK STACKING”

  1. Liz says:

    so cute

    giveaway on my blog

  2. Luna says:

    Beautiful. You should do a house tour one of these days : )

  3. Avery Asato says:

    Love the minimalism.

  4. Ellen says:

    Genius simplicity.
    Will try this at home!

  5. Jay says:

    Truly beautiful

  6. María says:

    I love this. So simple, easy and beautiful
    Lots of love, xx

  7. Love, Love, Love this idea. Can use my old uni course books haha

  8. SMAP says:

    This is a GREAT idea. Looks great in your signature white, but can easily be customized to individual styles.

  9. Mika says:

    Such a simple concept but with a big impact. I wonder about the stability though, I’d worry about tipping the glass sheet over every time I put something on it!

  10. Cathy says:

    I love everything about your site and realise white minimalist is your thing but must say from a readers perspective sometimes its so hard to see clearly what you are photographing/projects you have made etc because of the white on white, (white products on a white background). Would love to see things more clearly if poss.

  11. formemag says:

    so brilliant! books are amazing and this is a great way to use them

  12. Amyy says:

    Wauwwww super handig
    Hoef je niet super veel geld uit te geven x

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