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weekly wrap up + book shelf ideas

by Stephanie

Whew! It’s been a long week and Amy and I are looking forward to being back in Brooklyn on Sunday. We’ve had so much fun in Minneapolis, Chicago, Dallas (and I’m sure Austin will be a blast this weekend) but it’s always nice to head home again. Since all a this traveling has been about a book, I thought I’d wrap up this week with a slideshow over at the HuffPo that rounded up some great book storage ideas from Design*Sponge at Home. Halligan’s DIY library table above has been a favorite of mine for almost a year now and the ski-shelves below from PJ’s home are genius. If you’re looking for some clever ways to store (and showcase) your favorite volumes, click here to check out the full slideshow online.

Thanks again to everyone who came out to our events this week- it was so great to meet you all. We’re off to catch a plane to Austin but until Monday, I hope you all have a fantastic week! xo, grace

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:


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