Organizing a cookbook collection is not always easy as our kitchens are sometimes already crowded with stuff, and the living room shelves may be out of reach. Here’s a quick peek at how 15 different designers and bloggers find ways to store efficiently these precious cookbooks in the kitchen.
This eclectic kitchen by Stamp Interiors, Melbourne, features a fun way to display cookbooks. Invisible bookshelves form a column of neatly organized books and magazines you can grab with one hand while the other is frying an omelet.
A simple yet functional kitchen island allows to store dishes, glasses and recipe books in a minimum space. Design by Thibaut and Thewood, Marseille France.
Use metal baskets as vintage bookshelves. Idea and more photos at Rain on a Tin Roof.
A dead corner on the side of the refrigerator is the perfect place to install narrow shelvings. Design by SK Concept, Paris.
Designers from Moon Design + Build, created a niche above the kitchen door to neatly store the owner’s cookbooks.
Design by Maletz Design, New York.
A custom made wooden book rack. The pins are also bookmarks! Via Etsy.
There’s absolutely no space wasted in this kitchen designed by John Lum Architecture.
This bookstand brings a fun midcentury flair to this sunbathed kitchen in London. Plus it can hold a lot of books! Design by Precious McBane.
This time vintage baskets are used in a more traditional way! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons.
No more cookbooks falling from the counter with this tabletop shelf. Available at Amazon.
This small hanging shelf under the window add a bit of whimsy to this eclectic kitchen designed by Actual-Size Architecture, San Francisco. Photo by Linda Svendsen.
A mobile kitchen island is a good way to bring your precious cookbook everywhere in the kitchen. Available at Bed Bath & Beyond.
These wall shelves are simply left over pieces from the countertop. Via Design Sponge.
This large library acts as a room divider. Smart, isn’t it? Design by Leone Design Studio, New York.