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6Ft Tall Solid Mahogany Open Bookcase Bookshelf w/Drawers s017
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Portland Low Bookcase with Drawers and Glass Doors

The Portland Mahogany Low Bookcase is a graceful and practical item for every home. It features two drawers which slide easily on quality fixings and a decep...

☮ haylie! εїз ☮ haylie! εїз says:
how would you decorate this room for a home library?
We have a pertty large room in our house that is being totally unused! so i've been thinking about making it into a home library. i love to read as well as write so this would be a bit like my own slice of heaven. so how should we decorate? like i...
gildersleeve says:
Aside from the book-shelves, the only furniture you need in a library is a desk and some comfortable reading-seats. Choose the desk (or work-table, if you prefer) according to whether your...

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