Being someone who watches a lot of BookTube videos, I know that a lot of people have a lot of different tactics for organizing their plethora of beautiful books. I find it super interesting to hear everyone's preferences when it comes to such things. However, if you've seen my BookTube videos, you may have noticed my skinny, little bookshelf that can be seen in the background. Unfortunately, that's the only bookshelf I have and clearly it's overflowing with books. I have piles around my room and I'm DYING to get a new one (I'm pretty sure I'll have a new one around my birthday in September at the very latest.) So, to make this post a little easier-- and frankly more enjoyable-- for me, I'm going to be talking about my preferences for bookshelves that actually allow for organization. My current bookshelf if literally just a mess of books with not much rhyme or reason.
|This is the bookcase I want!!|
Similarly to a lot of other bloggers and vloggers, I have quite a lot of TBR books in my possession. I think that once I manage to get the new shelving, I'll most likely keep my read and TBR books in the same place. However, it wouldn't be a bad idea to keep my TBR books on my old shelves and when the read ones on my new shelves. That way I would have to keep my TBR smaller than my read books pile... Hm. Look at that. I'm realizing things about myself as I write this. Hahaha. The final question I wrote on the prompt for this week was about the rainbow organization trend. Here are my thoughts on the matter; I think that it's appealing to look at initially.. but, personally I would be sick of it after a few days. It's a good concept, but usually not the greatest execution. But, to each their own I suppose!
And, there we have it. Another week of Thursday Thoughts has come and gone. Don't forget to link up or comment so we can hear your opinions on Bookshelf Organization! And, don't forget to come back next week when the topic will be "Rereads!" See you then!