You’d Want To Make A Home Library After Reading This

How can you not want to make your own library, when you see this

fluffy Thai book rest,

Franklin Library book stand,

and a Carousel revolving bookcase.

View those three and more at this site. Check out their bookends and bookmarks too.

And of course, how can a classic home library be complete without

a library ladder, given a modern twist.

Would it be too immoral of a considerably well-read person to go look for an aging millionaire to fulfill her bookish dreams with his considerable wealth? :mrgreen:


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. museditions
    Nov 01, 2007 @ 08:42:17

    Ooooh, what a yummy website. Want many things. Think it’s totally immoral for you to seek millionaire instead of true love. Doesn’t mean I don’t think you should do it!
    Maybe make considerable wealth yourself!

    nylusmilk: sometimes materialism is so sinfully delicious to indulge! 😛 haha!


  2. lovelyloey
    Nov 01, 2007 @ 09:06:38

    Alamak, the Franklin and carousel bookstands = standing up to read, no?
    The ladder looks … flimsy. Don’t think I’d dare to get up there. Not since my recent experience with changing a lightbulb on an aluminium ladder!

    nylusmilk: that’s not the point, the point is that they look so pretty! 😛


  3. Netty Gritty
    Nov 03, 2007 @ 12:37:52

    i wonder what mark twain would think of all these bookshelves? do you think he would have ended up as a bookshelf burglar rather than a book thief?

    i like the carousal a lot!

    nylusmilk: i think he wouldn’t be bothered with such frivolities – men are like that, aren’t they? 😉

    me, i love ’em all!



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