Interested in some tales of the city? Check out Susan Bradley's London book ends. They are silhouettes of some of the capital's most famous landmarks recreated in brightly coloured powder-coated steel. As well as the instantly recognisable towers of Battersea Power station, you can get them in the shape of the Trellick Tower or the Gherkin too. They cost £18.39 from the Hidden Art Shop.
Did you learn to paint and draw with Tony Hart? Keep your art and craft books under control with these nostalgic Morph book ends from Urban Outfitters. Guaranteed to raise a smile every time you see them, they cost £24.
Know how to cook but can't keep your cookery books tidy? Then you need to buy the By the book cook book ends (if you manage to say that tongue twister) for £25 from Design My World. The two silhouettes of master chefs at work are sure to inspire.
Vinyl junkies are sure to adore these book ends. They're made from real records that have been recycled into book end. You get a choice of a 7 inch or a 12 inch, costing £16.95 or £23.95 respectively from Pedlars. Like the rest of these designs, they are perfect for jazzing up an overflowing book shelf.