Trend: unstructured libraries for maximum effect!

Trend: unstructured libraries for maximum effect!

Why choose a destructured library?

The library remains an essential element in our contemporary interiors. Indeed, this piece of furniture offers ideal storage space. Originally planned to accommodate books or dishes, sheltered behind doors that are sometimes partly glazed, today the libraries are opening. This is the opportunity to add trinkets, photo frames or dishes that we want to display. This open side brings lightness to furniture which, heavy and imposing, becomes light and refined. It blends in with the decoration and provides continuity to the wall covering. decorative, it also makes it possible to highlight even more the elements that we have on our shelves.

Libraries without amounts


Exit the amounts that weigh down the library. The structure, thus composed, still displays more lightness. The external shelving seems to go on endlessly and the furniture offers a very original architecture. Placed against a wall, it highlights its coating and blends perfectly with any decoration.

The originality of asymmetric libraries


Among the destructured libraries, we find the models composed according to an asymmetrical structure. Thus, these pieces of furniture have traditional uprights but offer asymmetrical modules. So, spaces of various sizes rub shoulders and overlap to donate to the library a very personal dynamic. We dress it with books and various decorative objects that fill and enhance the niches. these libraries can therefore mix volumes but also materials. It is indeed possible to find asymmetrical libraries which mix for example wood and metal for even more modernity.

Very structured, unstructured libraries


Libraries provide designers with multiple configuration possibilities all too original than innovative. They can, at will, play with structures that they break down according to their imagination. The modules fit together and juxtapose to form libraries at the assertive personality. From a simple piece of furniture, the unstructured library is transformed into a decorative element in its own right.

How to adopt the destructured library?


It is only natural to associate the unstructured library with living room. It naturally finds its place there in all logic. Books are traditionally available there and are adorned with trinkets or a bouquet of flowers. But this piece of furniture can be suitable for many other parts of your interior.

You can place a destructured library in your kitchen. It will be the ideal place in which to place items of tableware such as mugs or pretty plates that you wish to exhibit. You can also store items on your shelves such as tea, coffee or sugar that you want to always have on hand.

Do not hesitate to integrate a destructured library at your room. Again it can fulfill various functions. You can indeed use it to store your clothes or make a space in which to dispose of plants or objects that are dear to you. Photo frames and jewelry boxes can also find their place.

A small unstructured library can be installed in a hallway. The modules can then be used as storage compartments, filing places for mail or simply accommodate decorations.

In an office, the structured library can obviously be used to store books but also documents and files. It turns out to be just as practical but more aesthetic than a traditional library.

You can also divert it by inviting it in your bathroom. You can put your towels and your beauty products there.

In a small apartment or studio, you can use an unstructured library to delimit two spaces. Lighter than a sliding partition, it will divide the room while allowing it to retain its luminosity and a feeling of space.