15 April 2014

Top Ten Tuesdays: Top Ten Bookish Things (That Aren't Books) That I'd Like To Own

I haven‘t participated in the Top Ten Tuesdays meme for a while, but when I saw this week‘s subject, I knew I had to participate:

Top Ten Bookish Things (That Aren't Books) That I'd Like To Own (new bookshelves, bookends, cool bookmark, a bookish shirt, etc. You can add things you DO own if you want). To see more bookish goodies, click here and from there you can visit dozens of blogs participating in the meme.

Here are my ten, in no particular order:
(some of the images contain links with information about the product/art project)

 This book bed:

 Or this one:

This or any of a dozen or so bookshelf quilts I found on the Web:
(I am planning to make one) (sorry, no information available on where to buy it)

These owlish bookends:
A cosy reading nook. This is just a sample of the style I would like:

An invisible floating bookshelf. This example is made of books: 
(planning to make one) (sorry, no information available on where to buy it) 

This book-case:

This, or similar, book tote:
(sorry, no information available on where to buy it)

This, or similar, laptop case:
(I am planning to make one, from scratch, using my bookbinding skills) (sorry, no information available on where to buy one) 

This set of book diningware:


This painting:


Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Just imagine the kind of reading we could do if we have things like these!

Here's my list of Book-ish Things (That Aren't Books) That I Like.

Reviews from a Bookworm said...

A BOOK BED??!?! OH MY... I NEED ONE, I WANT ONE! I'd also love, love, love a cosy reading book nook like that one, it's beautiful. Great list! Here's my TTT.

George said...

Love the Book Bed!

You might also be interested in Emily Apter's new book, Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability. It's published by Verso.

Bibliophile said...

Thanks for the recommendation, George. I'll check it out.

Skyline Spirit said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

Bibliophile said...

Welcome, Skyline Spirit.