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  • maria thompson

    Charleston Gray bookshelves. Love the color with white. Love the old books. in LR?

  • Robin

    Clean-lined, contemporary design combined with wonderful antique books

  • Brenda Rather

    Treat your bookcase like an art gallery by thinking of books as decorative objects with color, texture, and form. Arrange them by size, subject matter, or even the colors of their covers -- some side by side, others in a stack. Integrate a variety of objects — sea forms, sculpture, vases, framed art—to add interesting textures and finishes. Be careful though; overstuffed shelves can look untidy. Edit objects carefully.

  • Deanna Fountain

    Perfect Reading Spot | Content in a Cottage

  • Luisa

    bookshelves | Traditional Home

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Reminds me of why Belle was my favorite Disney princess. Because she had that awesome library with a rolling ladder! You need a ladder for this one. And I love that all the cubbies are different sizes.

words are lost at this moment. i love this idea, cause i love books. i could see it working for a movie buff as well though. :) for me a library! :D

Maybe take book covers and nail/glue them over a wooden bookcase? Just a thought.

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Boston Based Interior Designer Annsley McAleer - Style Estate -

The phrase "read your..." is integrated into this custom bookcase in a fun graphic way. Completely creative!

beautifully arraigned, has" I married adventure" &" four years in paradise" by osa johnson.....my favorite vintage books + a buddha & a plein aire painting

Diana Kellogg (architect) via Remodelista