Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Is it possible to have too many books? by Michelle Lee



My husband teases me (sometimes not so affectionately) about my bookshelves.  And my stacks of books.

I am a voracious reader - I average about 100 pages an hour, and anywhere between 5-10 books a week.

I take a book with me everywhere - the doctor's office, to the DMV, the bathroom, you get the idea.  I read both print and ebooks ... I buy books new and used, and borrow from the library (generally when I want to try a new to me author).



For one of my anniversaries, my father-in-law built me a seven foot tall, seven foot wide bookshelf, with the shelves perfectly spaced for books.  It fits great on my landing going upstairs.  It's also full.

As are the bookshelves in my bedroom, in the hallway leading to my room, in my living room, etc ...

So I am always on the lookout for creative ways to house my plethora of books.  Here are a few that I have found and would love to have the ability to create.


FURNITURE



STAIRS



READING NOOKS



(This one used to be a closet)


(This also used to be a closet - and not only is it filled with books, but the doors are also bookshelves.)

(Another door/bookshelf - looks like maybe a library behind the door.)


GUEST ROOMS



Now in my search for creative book solutions, I have come across some other ideas for guestrooms, extra storage, etc.





So what do you think ...  Is it possible to have too many books?

Any book shelf ideas to share?  

~ Michelle



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