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The last time I posted a blog entry I imagined the perfect cozy reading nook – very easy to do. The hard part is sorting through the books you’ve got and storing them. Personally, I find the bargain section at the bookstore irresistible and I accumulate huge piles like snowflakes in winter. So I’ve developed a system. Every six months or so, I go through my shelves and ask three key questions. 1. Did I love this book? 2. Will I read it again? 3. If I have yet to read this book, will I ever? If I answer “no” to any of these, the book goes to charity.

HGTV.com has a few great tips about decorating shelves and bookcases at http://www.hgtv.com/decorating/home-decorating-guide-shelf-decorating/index.html.

I also discovered creative, stylish ways to store your favorite tomes. Check this out:

shelves in rafters - apartmentherapy.com

shelves in rafters – apartmentherapy.com

shelves built into columns - accentmagazine.com

shelves built into columns – accentmagazine.com

Crafted Bookshelves - manolohome.com

Crafted Bookshelves – manolohome.com

Zelli Shelf - theblogonthebookshelf.blogspot.com

Zelli Shelf – theblogonthebookshelf.blogspot.com

Do you have clever ways to store books?

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