Tuesday, May 22, 2007

Still messy. . .






but at least everything's on the shelves for a change.

15 comments:

acquisitionist said...

Ooooh! Very impressive. I love this arrangement of wall-to-wall bookcases. Good job, I'm very envious. I also enlarged the snaps and the content looks exciting too.

SFP said...

My husband built these. Unfortunately, although he built them so that they could be taken with us if/when we move, he installed them in the study before we put down hardwood flooring, not after. Sometimes we don't think things through very well.

bhadd said...

Received shelves! My favorite kind!

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Sam Houston said...

Very nice indeed...and clicking on the photos blows them up large enough for me to be able to make out many of the titles on the shelves. Thanks, I love book snooping like that. :-)

Sylvia said...

I'm soooo jealous of your bookcases!!

SFP said...

I thought about dedicating them to you, Sam. :)

And you all can see why I so desperately need L. to build more--ones that can be taken with us when we move. There's no doubt in my mind that whoever moves in after us won't appreciate them a bit--it's not that kind of neighborhood--and besides, too many of these shelves are already double stacked.

Karen said...

That's what I call a properly decorated room. I'd be happy to move into a house with such great bookshelves

LK said...

Oh, beautiful! Doesn't it just give you a good feeling to be surrounded by books? That's why I used to love libraries as a kid. (And still love bookstores!)

stefanie said...

What a beautiful room! Wall-to-wall books!

Bybee said...

Oh...it's beautiful! I'm almost speechless!

Lotus Reads said...

Messy or not, I envy you your beautiful, wall to wall, floor to ceiling bookcases with their beautiful books. Thanks so much for sharing these pics!

booklogged said...

This looks like heaven!

iliana said...

I'm suffering from some serious shelf envy here! :) Looks wonderful.

cipriano said...

Heavenly!

danielle said...

Oh! What great shelves. I wonder if I was sitting there, though, if I could concentrate on the book in hand or would be looking at the books I had not yet read....