A room without books is like a body without a soul – Marcus Tullius Cicero
But what if you have a small home, and your family are book worms? PJ Library is about to reach its fifth birthday, and for those who have been enjoying the monthly gift of PJ Library since the launch, that comes to around 50 books per child – a Jewish library to be proud of! We believe books are to be cherished and revisited, passed down to younger siblings and perhaps even future children one day. But how to store them when space is limited? We have scoured the net to find some fun solutions and would love to see how you store YOUR PJ Library books. Send us your photos, and the three most creative libraries will win an exclusive PJ Library tote goody bag for books on the move!
We love the use of kitchen trollies from the likes of Ikea and Amazon. Inexpensive, easy and mobile!
This creative parent built a shelf with a few simple supplies after becoming fed up of seeing her kids’ books all over the floor, getting trodden on and damaged. What a clever solution! Click for DIY instructions.
This parent created a bookshelf using a cot rail in 10 seconds! Click for how to create your own cot bookshelf.
You can create the cosiest of book nooks in the smallest of spaces with narrow shelves, cushions and fairy lights.
And when you want to display just a few of your favourite PJ Library books, spice racks make excellent mini book shelves.
Don’t forget to send us photos of how you store your PJ Library books to be in with a chance to win an exclusive PJ Library tote goody bag!
February 10, 2020