My Source of Bookish Inspiration

This has absolutely got to be one of my favourite links for bookish visuals, even though it’s not a bookish site. Freshome features interesting architecture and interior designs around the world, from buildings to homes to furniture. Which means occasionally there are some pretty nifty book-related posts. Here are some of the recent ones they did.

Be literally surrounded by knowledge in this custom home library with a circular bookcase all around the living room.

I don’t really know how to appreciate art sculptures, but I like this idea of words overflowing like an open tap gushing water.

This is very bizarre and creepy to me. But it’s definitely not something you come across every day.

What an excellent way to decorate your home and at the same time make books the focal point of the decoration. I just worry about the poor goldfish though. Putting fresh flowers seem like a better idea.

This is just UTTERLY ADORABLE. Most little girls would go through the fairy tale princess phase, and what better way to make that come true with a play bed that looks like this? I’m not a little girl anymore but I wouldn’t mind sleeping in this for a night or two! The real thing is no fairy tale though – this costs a whopping $20k.

As a bonus, here’s a link to my favourite non-bookish architecture at Freshome – a contemporary interior design that’s fun, colourful and just plain freaking awesome.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Khakjaan Wessington
    Mar 14, 2010 @ 09:56:43

    Empty awe.


  2. Ji
    Mar 16, 2010 @ 03:57:09

    amazing post!


  3. Ji
    Mar 16, 2010 @ 03:57:29


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