Wednesday, February 1

Speaking Of Bookshelves... Here's A Magnificent One For You!

Speaking of bookshelves (as I did a few days ago), how would you like a room with one like this in it?


Uh huh. Dang that's fabulous!

Of course, it's in this house, so it had to be amazing really, didn't it!


Beautiful.

More lovely images over at This Is Glamorous.

Linda. xox

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5 comments:

  1. I love everything about this room, not only the bookshelf! In my opinion the country style is perfectly balanced with elegance and femininity. It is warm and it's a full room but it doesn't feel overdone or too stuffed. I love it. Not to mention the outside of the house...please!!! I can't imagine what it means to live in a place like this. Other than being really rich, I mean.
    One thing, I don't think they actually read those books. Maybe it's some kind of collection. They look too perfect. I guess a couple of really used books could have looked good. (it's because I'm envy, don't even listen to me.)

    My crazy curls are having their fifteen minutes of glory. They always had a life of their own. I'm just the carrier.

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  2. I knew you'd love this one Bobbi! I agree about the books all looking too pristine and the same. I thought they looked like law books or something like that!

    Your curls are certainly glorious!!

    Linda. xox

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  3. OMG. I want that house. Want it. Now.

    Agree about the books looking suspiciously new and pristine though. Doesn't matter. I'd replace 'm with my own! Finally, a house where I'd be able to have all the books I wanted!

    Sigh...

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  4. Oh my. Those bookshelves, that house ... it's almost too much beauty to take in. What a place to live that would be! :)

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  5. Yes, THE HOUSE and all I could fit in it. Hmmmm! Thanks for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

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Until next time may your home be full of lots of love, laughter, and life!

Linda. xx

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