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Possibly stack books on the cedar chest?
use of table with trunk, wood n books
I love books I love to read and I find this look very calming.
Stacks of books CAN look good!
Book Storage / Distressed Table / Driftwood
Decide what sort of books to read. Before coming up with a specific book list, think about what kind of books your group is interested in reading in general. Literary fiction? Biographies and memoirs? Chick lit? Or you could decide to work your way through a book list (there are tons out there)
there) like the New York Times’ notable books or the BBC’s Big Read.Choose a good book club book. This isn’t always the same as a good read. The books you choose should have something worth discussing — an ambiguous ending, characters who face tough decisions or issues we all face. Most genre fiction, like
Built in desk/Reading nook
covering books with scrap book paper? possibly wrapping paper?
Wrap books with maps & more
Take "ugly books" and recover-cute idea
What a great way to cover books that are ugly .
WRAP BOOKS IN ARCHITECT DRAWINGS + PRINT PHOTO PAPER
Reuse gift wrap to cover books.
Mm hmmm. Need to add more interest to the books.
7. Cover books for that decorator look. Book covers might not be for everyone, but covering books with pretty pieces of gift wrap (no glue required) can bring extra style to a bookcase.
ALBUMSIf you like the familiar feel of flipping through a book of memories, an album could be
Love the way the distressed chair frames the books.
Composition chair books copper cups stained glass
a spot to put the books and chair...cool
Like the chair, the pots above, the big books, the colors.
stack of books on a chair near piano
Use books as further height on which to add lamps in LR?
is with books. Stacked books, bookshelves of books, books without covers, book pages ... the list just goes on and on. Books are versatile, cheap and always lovely.
Do you cringe every time someone sits on your delicate, antique chair that’s been in your family for ages? Top it with books — it will
Who couldn't use another spot to display books? If you have a chair that's too rickety to sit on, here's a great way to give it new life.
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from vintage children's books (each set will be unique
The designers will create them for you from vintage kids' books! http://shop.jandjdesigngroup.com/collections/emery-s-nursery/products/vintage-storybook-name-letters
Clever use of book pages on papier mache letters
Read to Me with pictures from books we loved as children (find images online then turn into letters)
The letters with old book pages on them
Oversize LETTERS… something cool to do with pages from an old book that's become too tatty to read anymore!
cut out/glue pages from kid books onto letters
children's room - Vintage book illustration letters
cutting up vintage children’s books. It has been such a hit that Gick’s firm will now do it for you, too. Each piece is original, as different books are used. The book rail is another touch that has become a signature for the designer’s company. “People love to see the books, and it creates a wonderful
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book wall and note recessed drapery
Perfect for my millions of books!!
wall to wall books! a book-backdrop
a place for all my books and they would all be close at hand.
Books; light, white and bright; modern
have a bookshelf near your bed, switch the placement of books as needed so that the one you're reading is always close at hand.
The books in this space add a particular smell that we all know.
Supply a few good readsPlace a pile of books and magazines (or even keep a complete library) in your
Beige but not boring. All the different shades of beige here are the perfect backdrop for the multicolored wall of books and the various pops of bright color. Love it.
bed or during quiet spots throughout the day. Offer a variety of reads, such as glossy mags, some classics, a selection of bestsellers and picture books for any kids.
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors
Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors
hello! this book keeper is very nice. May I know if you could post how to DIY this or where it can be bought? We live in the Philippines and there may be many modern things here for the home but I haven't seen anything like this in any store yet.
Great for book storage! How is it attached to the
I made the book sling with this tutorial. I used a fitted bed sheet as the fabric. http://pennycarnival.typepad.com/penny_carnival/2009/02/tutorial-hanging-book-display.html
Here's a tutorial for how to make a fabric book sling bookshelf. http://decorate.tipjunkie.com/how-to-make-a-fabric-sling
book holder (use for foot of bed)
cute book holder/something similar/harder materials for cookbooks in kitchen pantry
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bracket to a hardback book and then use the book as a shelf.
Use hard back books and a bracket to make a book shelf
book hardcover add bracket to create shelf
A good way to reuse water damaged books, which I have. Clever idea.
I like that aside from my son's many books, I can also use it for his boxed video games.
invisible book shelves w/books as decoration
stack other books on it, the original looks like part of the stack.
attach shelf bracket to a hardback book, other books stacked become part of the look
8. “Invisible” book shelves. You can find these ready made, or you can craft your own version using vintage books with interesting covers. The basic idea is to attach a bracket to a hardback book. When you stack other books on top of it, the shelf
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use upper wall space for book display
Book shelf idea for kids room
For Darien's room to save space easy book storage Ikea Day bed
have kids: If your hosts have children, bringing a small gift for the kids is a thoughtful gesture (though by no means necessary). Think inexpensive book, puzzle or art supplies.Parents, when your hosts don't have kids: If you are visiting a nonkid household, pack along a big goody bag filled with things