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  1. I am a fuddy duddy that is against color coding! I realize that this makes me a grumpy old lady (figuratively). Objectively this looks very pretty - I think the black shelves really make the colors pop. Also I love the video.

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  2. This is amazing. I love it. But how are you going to find the books you want/need??

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  3. I love your bookshelves! Both with and without colour coding.

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  4. I had tried color coding my books once and it was VERY pretty but it drove me crazy that the books that were written by the same author weren't next to each other because they had different colors! But your books look beautiful!!! It reminds me of Chachic's photo on her page :D

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  5. Super fun! It's beautiful. I've always wanted to do that but I already have too much chaos in my life. I'm scared to add to it. Maybe someday.

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  6. AAAGGHH. YOU BRAVE SOUL. I'd never be able to do this...too much of a perfectionist...but mesmerizing video. I think I've watched it five times now. And what a huge library!

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  7. On another note: have you read these and do you agree or disagree with her choices? http://hellogiggles.com/books-broken-heart

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  8. OMG I so want to do this but I'm afraid I'll never find anything! It looks great!! Did you alphabetize them within colors?

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  10. It looks very pretty, but how will you find anything?? :)

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  11. This looks great but it would just drive me up the wall! I have to have my books sorted by genre and author... with all the series kept nicely together. ;-)

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