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 No.154

Does a bookshelf in a room make it instantly comfier for you?
Any comfy titles to recommend?

 No.156

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>>154
Record of a Spaceborn Few
At Home in Mitford
Are some of the ones that come up from my head, I don't have a bookshelf, I mostly read them on my PC I'd like to have one, though.

 No.162

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>>154
Bookshelfs do be a cozy peice of furniture, regardless of the contents of said bookshelf; Infinite amounts of ways to decorate and accessorise one, truly a high tier topic anon.

Regarding comfy books, I read a Terry Pratchet graphic novel in secondary school that was absolute kino, so i got to imagine his more traditional works are a good bet.

 No.181

There's interior decoration with a sole focus on books.

 No.191

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I guess it's because reading means calm time.
Another idea. What do we usually did in comfy places before pc? (this might be a topic for a new thread as well).
Mostly, we would read. So, when you see a book nook, you authomatically pick up additional comfy vibes from your memory or cultural knowledge. Even if they're not exactly present at the said nook.

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 No.204

>>203
What was the name of the last one you've read?
Mine was Cleopatra - Jacob Abbott

 No.221

A lot of books looks like fire hazards to me. I do like clutter rooms though.

 No.222

>>221
I think reordering them like in OP's pic is really good, but I'd also go a step further and have labels on which letter the book start.

 No.223

>>222
Depending on how well your memory is, you probably don't need it. Personally I lose track what I own on bluray until I see that movie in the wild that I own.

 No.225

>>223
My memory is so-so, so I have to jot everything down. Plus it keeps my things neat, too. I keep track of things on my PC with a notepad.



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