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Library Lust

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Back to clean and bright and practical.  Excellent.

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Today, ladies and gentlemen, loyal readers and random wanderers, is my 32nd birthday.  And as is tradition here at The Captive Reader I am celebrating in my favourite way: by sharing my five favourite libraries from the last year of “Library Lust” posts.  Enjoy!

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via The Curious Pear

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For more gorgeous libraries, check out past birthday editions from 201720162015201420132012, and 2011.

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Library Lust

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The strange overlap of dark and rustic that no one ever asked for. Well, someone did.  Inexplicably.

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Library Lust

A reading nook with a view.

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Library Lust

Bowood House (credit: Simon Upton)

Keep your large, wood-paneled libraries. This colourful, light-filled room is the one for me.

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Library Lust

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I love this. I have no particular dreams to move to Paris but if I could be guaranteed this apartment I’d consider it.  All that light and all those bookshelves!

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Library Lust

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I feel like this room has all the random things you may never have thought to put in your library.  Zebra rug?  Check.  Portrait of a yellow lab?  Check.  Exquisite red chairs that I would happily steal but which would probably be super uncomfortable for lengthy reading?  Double check.

 

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