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17 Home Libraries That Look Like Something Out Of A Fairytale

You know what they say, reading is fundamental.

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1. This black bookcase that's the perfect blend of vintage and modern flair.

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2. This colorful book nook that is practically begging you to brew a pot of coffee and spend the day reading.

3. This plant-filled oasis that will practically make you smarter just by standing in it.

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4. This moody corner that's perfect for rainy-day book-reading.

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5. This color-coordinated library that doesn't mind when you judge a book by its cover.

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6. This dimly lit corner that's bad for the eyes, but good for the soul.

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7. This bibliophile's paradise you could spend hours in.

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8. This sun-filled study equipped with enough books to last you through the winter.

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9. This children's book corner that's perfect for kids of all ages.

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10. This fully stocked library guaranteed to please any fandom.

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11. This extra-cozy den that perfectly describes a book lover's dilemma.

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12. This dining-room-meets-library setup that's filled with every book your heart could want.

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13. This elegant blue room that's perfect for reading, drawing, or daydreaming!

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14. This spacious study that makes use of every corner of space.

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15. This attic library that will calm practically anyone down as soon as they enter.

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16. This magical corner that's inviting for wizards and muggles alike.

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17. And finally, this INCREDIBLE loft library that deserves every interior decorating award known to man.

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