Living With BooksPaperback - 2006
Everyone has books--but most people simply put them on a shelf, neglecting more creative ways to make their treasures an integral part of the interior design. Alan Powers' witty, elegant guide to showcasing your precious volumes will change all that. Going room to room, from kitchens to hallways, he reveals inspirational ways that books can create character in the home. Stunningly photographed images from around the world display large-scale libraries, as well as such ingenious space-saving devices as enclosed book lofts; shelves cleverly tucked into stairways; and narrow wall-mounted boarding that fits snugly behind a chair. There's advice on caring for the volumes, technical hints on planning and building bookshelves, and practical, detailed projects. Special double-page features cover such topics as designer solutions and constructing furniture out of books.
Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub., 2006.
Branch Call Number: 747.9
Characteristics: 144 p.: ill. ; 28 cm.