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  • Diana

    I think the rounded arch would be annoying on these bookshelves, but the idea of space well used along a hallway or a balcony is a great idea.

  • Christy Rawls

    Library in the hallway! Awesome idea for if I ever get a big old house in the city!

  • Steph Cataldo

    I love this arch book shelves :) Perfectly wonderful for a hallway :)

  • Naatsip Corp

    Simple and Modern Home Library Design: Stunning Building A Home Library Design Great Designed Wall Book Shelfs Great Simple And Antique White Fences With Furnishing Wooden Flooring Space Ideas ~ boholmain.com Home Office Design Inspiration

  • Sazama Design Build Remodel LLC

    Arched bookshelves in balcony or hallway - book lover's dream

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