Bookworms who live in houses have bookcases galore to show off their beloved novels and bibliographies and memoirs. Bookworms who live in tiny apartments have . . . random corners of the floor and a sliver of space on the nightstand. Before we go any further, know this: We are not going to ask you to go on a Marie Kondo–inspired mission and rid yourself of your hardcovers. No, we want you to get creative. Because though bookcases might be the easiest place to store books, they aren’t the only one. Open space under bed frames and side tables is fair game, as are your walls and random other surfaces you wouldn’t normally think to store your paperbacks on. Read on to see what we mean.