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1.Floating bookshelves that are more or less just a mounted bracket for an optical illusion that'll showcase your current faves.
2.A scratch-off poster that'll double as wall art and a reading challenge. So visitors will be able to see if you've read the gothic classic Wuthering Heights and then know if you can discuss Tom Hardy as Heathcliff. (Plz fetch my fainting couch.)
3.A library card pillow for snuggling up with as you figure out which library book you're going to read first.
5.An approps candle for anyone who walks into a used bookstore, pauses, and takes in a big-ass whiff. (I too am one of those people!)
6.Or a saintly candle of your favorite authors so you can light one up for 'em when you're diving back into one of their tomes for the umpteenth time. (Books get better each time you read them, do not @ me.)
7.A matchbox set in honor of some famous banned books because your literary candles need some fitting companions!
8.A book-like nightlight you can use as some comfort when you awaken from a nightmare that is definitely thanks to that scary-ass book you're reading.
9.Shot glasses featuring famous literary drinkers that'll help liven up things AND technically count as decor if you leave them out on display ;).
10.Agate bookends to showcase your current reads at home. Really though, how do people only read one book at a time?
18.A library tapestry that'll cover up an unsightly wall or just emphasize the illusion that your place is filled with leather-bound books and smells of rich mahogany.
19.A bookshelf print available in several great collections (like Jane Austen and contemporary fiction) to help feed your visual need for a few great novels when life forces you to do things BESIDES work your way through that stack of books.