15 Smart Ways to Store Your Favorite Cookbooks

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.

invisible cookbook shelves melbourneThis 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.

inspiration for storing cookbooksA simple yet functional kitchen island allows to store dishes, glasses and recipe books in a minimum space. Design by Thibaut and Thewood, Marseille France.

wall mounted kitchen basketsUse metal baskets as vintage bookshelves. Idea and more photos at Rain on a Tin Roof.

inspiration for storing recipe books parisA dead corner on the side of the refrigerator is the perfect place to install narrow shelvings. Design by SK Concept, Paris.

cookbook storage designDesigners from Moon Design + Build, created a niche above the kitchen door to neatly store the owner’s cookbooks.

cookbook built in libraryDesign by Maletz Design, New York.

cookbook hanging rackA custom made wooden book rack. The pins are also bookmarks! Via Etsy.

cookbook shelves san franciscoThere’s absolutely no space wasted in this kitchen designed by John Lum Architecture.

cookbook stand san franciscoThis bookstand brings a fun midcentury flair to this sunbathed kitchen in London. Plus it can hold a lot of books! Design by Precious McBane.

cookbook storage basketThis time vintage baskets are used in a more traditional way! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons.

cookbook kitchen organizerNo more cookbooks falling from the counter with this tabletop shelf. Available at Amazon.

cookbook storage ideas san franciscoThis 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.

kitchen island cookbook storageA mobile kitchen island is a good way to bring your precious cookbook everywhere in the kitchen. Available at Bed Bath & Beyond.

cookbook wallshelvesThese wall shelves are simply left over pieces from the countertop. Via Design Sponge.

kitchen libraryThis large library acts as a room divider. Smart, isn’t it? Design by Leone Design Studio, New York.

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