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Primarily used as a necessity and to hide clutter, shelves have come a long way in the design world. They can be a stylish focal point that define boundaries and offer extra real estate for prized possessions.

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Strategically placed as room dividers, shelving can be a beautiful way to divide a room.

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Find the right spot and make the most of an open floor plan. Display your mementos and decorative items by using every square inch of your home.

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Typically, a room divider bookcase allows you to see into the other room. Take inspiration from these floors to ceiling columns that are not your typical design.

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Conquer your space: In this home there is double storage per column. Decorations can be placed on both sides because a wall divides the shelves.

Decorate: Carefully select what to display. Less is more. Consider coordinating by colors, shapes or themes.

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The shelves facing the living room have books, while the shelves in the dining room have kitchenware.

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Design Ideas: 

The shelves don’t have to go all the way up or down the wall.

For a more dramatic look, add lighting to highlight specific decorations.

Add wood cabinets to the bottom shelves for storage.

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This design is the best of both worlds, open floor plan with defined intimate space between two rooms.

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This homes featured in Season 7, by Randy Martin on Texas Flip N Move.

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