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I love the smell of bookstores and libraries. They always smell a little sweet yet musty because of all of the ink and paper that are on their shelves, waiting to be opened and read again and again.

14 Beautiful Independent Bookshops In London

14 Beautiful Independent Bookshops In London

Tea and Tattle Tea Room and Bookstore - 14 Beautiful Independent Bookshops In London

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A Christmas tree made from the National Union Catalog. The tree was built at the Gleeson Library, the University of San Francisco, CA USA.

Pretty much one of the happiest places in the world for me. I love libraries!!

How I see libraries…this is what the world of books gives you-- imagination to see the pages come alive. And book stores

Garden library

An outdoor library for when we feel the need to read a book under a big shady tree or in a hammock. I think it would be neat to have a little free neighborhood library!

book tub.

Now that's a bathtub! Brings new meaning to reading a book while taking a bath. Vanessa Mancini made this entirely out of books which she cut and fitted together over a metal frame.

If there's one dream that unites all bookish folks (aside from, you know, universal literacy) it's the dream of having a secret passageway hidden be

The secret door at St. If you aren't spending your money on a secret door inside of the bookcases, you're spending it very wrong. Idea-secret door in a book shelf that leads to a mini library

Industrial bookcases designed in 1932 by Pierre Chareau for Maison de Verre, a fabulous house with a fabulous bookcase.

Pierre Chareau - Maison de Verre Bookcase Second goal in life, own house with two story shelf