These insane decorations are what every bookshelf deserves.
Here are the greatest and most bookish hits of an in-depth puzzle search. If you're looking for a change in activity and decoration, there's something for you.
Everyone has a style they love, and books they love. Here’s what type of books you should read, based on the various design choices you make.
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There’s nothing more beautiful to a reading fanatic than a bookcase stuffed full of immaculately organized books. But sometimes you need to spice up your library with something a little different. So check out these lovely bookshelves that’ll make you insanely jealous!
For the Harry Potter fans, there’s this curvy masterpiece that will either make you feel like you’re in Diagon Alley, or make you feel like you’re about to fall over.
For the lazy reader who doesn’t want to have to get up to grab a book, there’s this multifaceted chair-slash-bookcase that only needs a massage function to be utterly perfect.
For the person who’s just a little creepy and proud of it, there’s this coffin bookcase.
For the nature lover who doesn’t mind stacking dead trees on a dead tree that’s pretending to be a tree, try this tree bookcase.
For the person who apparently has nothing better to do except dust all day, there’s this spiraling bookcase.
For the readers who dig steam punk and/or indoor plumbing, there’s this.
For the person who loves wine and books equally (you are fabulous, by the way), there’s this.
For the Tim Burton lover, bring home this creepy but beautiful work of art that doesn’t make a whole lot of sense but would be pretty cool to have, anyway.
For the person who actually detests bookcases (which…why?), you can buy these invisible shelves.
For the reader who has too many books and too much wall, there’s this beautiful monstrosity.
For the reader who has a whole lot of money and has, for some reason, not decided to give it all to me, there’s this.
Imagine a library that features all of these crazy cases. If you believe (and start saving now), that library could be yours!
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