Easiest DIY Bookshelves EVER By Handmade Charlotte January 16, 2013 Simple is best when it comes to design, and it doesn’t get much simpler than these DIY bookshelves. All you need are a few empty wine boxes and some binder clips. How cool is that?via so leb’ ich Mett Jakobsen It looks awsome, pretty neat and brilliant idea. Thank you for sharing :-) von hand zu hand wow. i really have to try this!I linked to your tutorial on my blog – thanks for sharing!doro K. https://twitter.com/ScandinavianMum Little Scandinavian Modular bookshelves has been on my mind a while, from Montana and Voice, This looks (almost) as good, and it’s way cheaper! Thanks! melissa ahamad Lovely as always!Melissa http://shakeshakee.blogspot.com Mary Alice Martinez These are awesome!!!!! Matrioshka shop Very beautifully and unusually….! http://vk.com/onetwotripaviabilety gerald berke wine boxes? where do you get such wine boxes? lovely http://www.facebook.com/sherri.ingberklein Sherri Ingber-Klein would love directions if possible. will be displaying my baked goods for a wine pairing expo, and this would be a perfect way for me to display my product. i love this!!!!! thank you sherri …….firstname.lastname@example.org kh excelent for hipster, but when you get a family with small kids… AmyCat Actually, they’re birch plywood boxes purpose-made by a European company, NOT re-purposed wine crates; the smallest box on the original designer’s website costs over 20 Euros (I think about US$35). I think the full set as shown in the photos is over US$1,000, and that doesn’t even count the overseas shipping.Pingback: Si vos livres valent mieux qu’une vieille bibliothèque laide – Par Carole-Anne | La Fabrique Crépue | #fabcrep() Robin Brinton I really wanted for the first time to make something but I give up I can’t find the boxes. Robin If any one knows where to get boxes please post it, I can’t believe that I am downand I didn’t start yet. I’m in the US could it be harder to get here.