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  • Becky Ferre

    doorway bookca

  • Dana W

    love this too! But the door leads to a walk in closet and a sitting room facing the forest !!!

  • jb lee

    great book shelves round the door #libraries #books #decor

  • Kimberly Huber

    The door frame in my future library.

  • Alice Dillon

    love the idea of arched bookshelves... don't need the door

Libraries, Ideas, Bookshelves, The Doors, Books Shelves, Arches, Doors Frames, Closet, Bookca

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