Resolution: The Organized, Color-Coded Bookcase

As 2016 rapidly approaches, it is time to get organized for the new year. For an easy, snappy project; color code your most treasured possessions, YASSS your books! Color coding not only beefs up you organization game, it also drives mad visual appeal.

If you are like me, you read books over and over (and oftentimes smell them). Sort them in this artful way to organize your apartment or provide a fresh look to your home #Organizationgoals 

Let us explore:

Eclectic Family Room by Boston Interior Designers & Decorators Hudson Interior Design

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Contemporary Living Room by Nashville Interior Designers & Decorators Crowell + Co. Interiors

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Transitional Living Room by New York Interior Designers & Decorators Chango & Co.

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Transitional Hall by Cary Home Builders Garman Homes

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Contemporary Living Room by Salt Lake City Photographers Lucy Call

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Traditional Family Room by Richmond Home Stagers Carol Vaughan-Davis

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Scandinavian Living Room by San Francisco Architects & Building Designers John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA

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Transitional Living Room by Redwood City Photographers Hoi Ning Wong

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Eclectic Spaces by Brooklyn Photographers Corynne Pless

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Contemporary Living Room by London Closet Designers and Professional Organizers Barbara Genda Bespoke Furniture & Interiors

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Contemporary Living Room by Manchester UK Interior Designers & Decorators Urban Grain

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Eclectic Home Office

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Midcentury Living Room by San Francisco Interior Designers & Decorators Kropat Interior Design

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Shabby-chic Style Family Room by Brooklyn Photographers Corynne Pless

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Contemporary Kids by San Francisco Media & Bloggers Lucy McLintic

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Spaces

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Contemporary Dining Room by San Anselmo Interior Designers & Decorators Ann Lowengart Interiors

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Happy New Year!

Until next time,

Jenn

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