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Summary Bibliostyle: How We Live at Home with Books 107 Û [Epub] ➝ Bibliostyle: How We Live at Home with Books By eyltransferservices.co.uk – Eyltransferservices.co.uk A visual delight and an inspiration for every bibliophile with a growing home library this dream and drool design book features some of the most jaw droppinThink as well as admire and desire Sydney HeraldOffers a look into the fabulous homes ofbook loversthe world over showcasing how their interior design is built around the tomes they love most CNThe photographs of rooms with rare collections floor to ceiling shelves and stacks upon stacks of books will inspire readers to How We Live at Home MOBI #190 live better with their own collections Publishers WeeklyNina Freudenberger teams with Sadie Stein of TheNew Yorkerandphotographer Shade Degges of Architectural Digestto showcase beautiful photographs of the private libraries of book lovers from all over the world BookRio. This is a study of primarily private book collectors and their thoughts on their collections There were very few pictures of the formal untouched sort of libraries that are usually highlighted in such books I liked that all of these collections appeared to actually be used and enjoyed rather than just obtained for decorative value My favorite collection was that of Robin Lucas

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A visual delight and an inspiration We Live Kindle #211 for every bibliophile with a growing home library this dream and drool design book features some of the most jaw Bibliostyle How PDF dropping book collections of homeowners around the worldNAMED ONE OF JOS FALL FAVORITES IN MAGNOLIA JOURNALInterior designer Nina Freudenberger New Yorker writer Sadie Stein and Architectural Digest How We Live PDFEPUB #193 photographer Shade Degges give readers a peek at the private libraries and bookshelves of passionate readers all over the world including Larry McMurtry Silvia Whitman of Shakespeare How We Live at Home MOBI #1. Books about books will always have a place for bibliophiles but Freudenberger’s Biblio Style will attract even the most casual browser and captivate them from page to page This is a book about how bibliophiles sore and arrange their books Freudenberger did not choose famous people like say Francis Ford Coppola though he might be a bibliophile but of ordinary people whose inclusion in this book is simply how their love for books is expressed through the way they store and display them in their homes 33 collections are presented and they are arranged under the styles described by Freudenberger and her co writer Sadie Stein as ‘The Sentimentalists’ ‘The Intuitives’ ‘The Arrangers’ ‘The Professionals’ and ‘The Collectors’ Shade has a brief description of the owners and their idiosyncrasies that are evident in the way they arrange their books Shade Degges takes and produces the photographs with an eye for the geometric beauty that make the photos so amazing My favourite is the home of Larry McMurty a book scout and bookseller whose home is resplendent with books that makes one wish he might be invited just to browse This is no mere coffee table book It is a book that deserves a prominent spot in the home of every bibliophile Perhaps a second volume ought to be produced – this subject will not tire the reader nor exhaust one’s eyes

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Bibliostyle How We Live at Home with Books90 and Co Gay and Nan Talese and Emma Straub Throughout gorgeous photographs of rooms with rare collections floor to ceiling shelves and stacks upon stacks of books inspire readers to live better with their own collectionsPraise for BibliostyleFeaturing enviable private libraries and packed floor to ceiling shelves this beautiful volume makes a compelling case for books as dcor New YorkFreudenberger spotlights the splendid enviable personal libraries of literary figures whose owners obviously care about their book collections and have actually read them too The Boston GlobeThis is a coffee table book that makes you. Excellent Book