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Best Library Info Desk Ever

Made entirely of books! 
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  1. Oh wow! I love how they organized it by color too!

    I wonder if the books are coated with anything - the practical side of me can't help but think it might be a pain to dust, but it does look stunning!

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  2. What a cool desk, but I'm guessing it's perhaps not much drawers in it LOL

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  3. oh my goodness, i want this in my house. i want one!!!

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  4. I've seen that around elsewhere. Very cool. (Brought here by both Suey and Persnickety Snark; I'll probably stay, too. Nice blog! :-D)

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  5. I saw this earlier today! It's so awesome. Though I have a slight ADD destructive streak and I think I would want to play Jenga with it. :)

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  6. Oh my! The beauty. Me want.

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  7. That is so cool! I want one for myself. LOL.

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  8. so awesome!

    i wish i had a link to share, but a friend of mine, on their travels, found a library with large metal letters on its front that said:

    LIBRARY!

    which made me want to go it immediately. :)

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  9. so totally cool.

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  10. That is amazing! It makes me want to do that with all of my books we're weeding at work! What a great idea! :)

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  11. Oh wow! That's fantastic!

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