Wednesday 2 May 2012

A bookish corner: Bookshelf in the Chicago Tribune

Be it a hammock on a balcony, a pile of pillows squeezed into the corner of a landing or a recliner beside a fireplace in an oak-paneled library, creating an area devoted to reading is a deeply personal endeavor to be filled with those things that bring out your best literary self... "At a time when there are so many other...things yelping for our attention, a temple to reading appears more important than ever," said Alex Johnson, author of "Bookshelf" (Thames and Hudson), a very cool compilation of creatively designed bookshelves, due out in May.
Chicago Tribune

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