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5 decorative trends that book lovers will never understand

5 decorative trends that book lovers will never understand

We know that the most important thing is that you feel comfortable in your home, that you make YOURS, that you surround yourself with everything you like and that you order it in the way you feel most comfortable. That said, there are some trends when ordering a bookstore that escapes the understanding of anyone who enjoys immersing themselves in reading. Do you think we exaggerate? Look look…

1. "Sort" books by colors

It can be very beautiful visually (although this is also debatable), but, let's be honest, useful, useful is not ... Sorting them by theme, by title or by author is much more practical, don't you think?

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RainbowThis rainbow shelfie from May of 2016 will always be one of my favorites. It was before I separated my series from the rest of the books. As much as I love having my series all together now, I loved the way this looked.

A post shared by Emily Sweet (@sweetbookobsession) on Oct 24, 2017 at 7:58 pm PDT

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#SundayShelfie cause I spent some time reorganizing these babies 📚 📖 QOTD: Latest book purchase? . AOTD: Book two in Jo Nesbo's Harry Hole series, lol 🤷‍♀️ what can I say, I'm addicted. - #booknerd #booknerdigan #yalit #yalovin #bookworm #bookaddict #instabooks # bücherwurm # bücher #epicreads #bibliophile #booklover #bookstagram #bookgeek #becauseofreading #bookstagram #books #booknerdigans #yabooks #ireadya #bookish #yareads #igbooks #igbooks #igbooks #igbooks #igbooks #igbooks funkofamily #bookshelves #rainbowbooks #bookishrainbow #shelfie #sundayshelfie

A post shared by Meredith Mara ⠀ ོ 109100 (@ meredith.mara) on Nov 26, 2017 at 6:25 am PST

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I'm preparing to tear this all down and use this old shelf to showcase my November book haul tomorrow. I need all the space I can get. It's a doozy this time! Stay tuned😬 ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜💗 • Top shelf, left to right: V&A Puffin Classics, Puffin Classics, Puffin in Bloom • Bottom shelf: Penguin Drop Caps

A post shared by Emily Sweet (@sweetbookobsession) on Nov 30, 2017 at 8:19 pm PST

2. Turn the books upside down

There will be some who say that they are kept in the Royal Library of the Monastery of El Escorial to keep them better. In your collection do you have any incunable? Yes? So, you have an excuse. If you do it because it is better not to show the spine, you should rethink the titles and authors (whose name you want to hide) that you buy. It is just an advice…

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Have you tried out the "backward book" trend? A visually different approach to your library. #bookfairiesatpally #bookfairies #bookfairiesworldwide #ibelieveinbookfairies #booklove #bookworm #lovereading #readingtime #library #backwardbooks #palatine #chicagoland

A post shared by Book Fairies In Chicagoland (@bookfairiesatpally) on Sep 27, 2017 at 8:36 am PDT

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morning #shelfie

A post shared by Sarah Sherman Samuel (@sarahshermansamuel) on Oct 21, 2016 at 9:36 am PDT

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Looks over books. Neat decor idea but backward facing books? What do you think? 📚📖 - #reversedbooks #bookshelfdecor #decorinspo #backwardsbooks #decortrends #bookclub #readingissexy #readmore

A post shared by Artsy Voiceprint (@artsyvoiceprint) on Nov 2, 2016 at 2:34 pm PDT

3. Books placed in shapes

The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles has gone viral on Instagram because of the original way he exhibits his books. As original as little accessible. Please do not try this at home.

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I could spend days here and never see all of the books within these walls. 📚📗

A post shared by Kailey (@whatsadultinganyway) on Nov 28, 2017 at 4:13 pm PST

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Yes hello I'm holding my favorite book in a stinkin awesome bookstore hangin with some precious friends and also #gracewearspants

A post shared by Grace Wilberding (@ohgraceous) on Nov 29, 2017 at 4:35 pm PST

4. DIY projects destroys books

Every cut, every hole, every fold that is made to a book you feel as your own. And the result (except in the case of the headboard of the first image, which makes us have mixed feelings) is not that it is very good, really.

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Clever croissants They know the drill. As with most parents yesterday, I didn't really feel any of the benefits of the clocks going back. So, when @ casper.uk asked me what I would do with my extra hour in bed, I had to answer hypothetically, not literally 😉. If I ever had an extra hour in bed, I'd spend it with an army of croissants (of course), enjoying the peace, the coziness, and savoring every second. What about you, what would you do with an extra hour in bed? #sponsored #snoozeday

A post shared by Dom & Dom (@allthatisshe) on Oct 30, 2017 at 2:39 pm PDT

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You never know who'll walk out of a book… #writingrowly #writerslife #mynewbook #mystery #moadoph @panterapress #adangerouslanguage #rowlandsinclair #rowlandsinclairmysteries #RowlandSinclairSpotted #books #bookart #booksculpture

A post shared by Sulari Gentill (@sularigentill) on Dec 1, 2017 at 12:00 am PST

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#livinggift by #dlillo 😊 #book #books #booklover #booklovers #plant #succulent #succulents #tiedbooks #repurpose #recycle #reuse #oldmadenew #oldmadenewagain

A post shared by d'lillo (@d_lillo) on Sep 19, 2017 at 12:38 am PDT

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"Friend" pattern - available in my Etsy shop for $ 4.99 USD. Click on link in bio… #HaveFunBookFolding #bookfoldingpattern #bookfolding #foldedbook #foldedpaper #origami #word #letters #book #bookart #friend #family #love #DIY #etsyseller #etsysellersofinstagram #bookphotography #bookphoto

A post shared by Have Fun Book Folding (@havefunbookfolding) on ​​Nov 30, 2017 at 10:27 am PST

5. Columns of books

Having two or three books in a stack does not seem like a bad idea, but when it comes to a column of ten or twenty, in addition to being nothing useful, we begin to fear for its stability.

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As I write this, I'm right in the middle, bang slap in the center, lost in the heart of darkness that is a savagely agressive game of pass-the-parcel. It's a sixth birthday party and it's about to kick off big time - remove the contrast to this picture… Right, who can help me come up with a really good escape excuse? SOS!

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November book haul: I told myself I would only buy the books I * really * wanted this month, and this was the result. I'm not sure what I expected? … #classicliterature #novemberbookhaul #booksofinstagram #bookaccount #bookstack #bookhaul

A post shared by Bluestocking Bookshelf Jen (@bluestockingbookshelf) on Nov 30, 2017 at 5:26 pm PST

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Here it is! The final day of # 30daysofAIW… thank you all so much for joining me! I had so much fun seeing all of your pictures !! 🍄 Well here is about half the collection in this picture. I couldn't bring myself to gather all of them together. LOL. I will count them all and give you a total soon… (I promise @katielmae). Will I will probably be taking about a week off from posting as this was A LOT! I don't know how some of you are able to post 3xs a day on a regular basis. My hats off to you. 🍄… #aliceinwonderland #lewiscarroll #classics #bookphotography #bookish #middlegrade #ireadya #booknerdigans #bookworm #bookdragon #booklove #coverlove #steampunk #steampunkstyle #shelfie #bookstagram #bookhoarder

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