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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.

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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.

 No.249

>>222
They might be organised by topic. At my childtime home, books were more or less cluttered in groups. There was one or two significant books (brighter, bigger, newer than others…etc) which could tell you this or that topic is around here. It was especially useful because we had at least 2 rows of books at each shelf. Sometimes up to 4.

 No.250

>>249
not books but with video games i tend to organise by genre and series, e.g. platformers then i keep games of the same series next to one another, but any organisation method is valid as long as it allows you to best enjoy and memorise where each peice of a collection is at.

 No.252

>>154
"Unpublished activities of WWII" by Earl J Roberts
The title makes it sound like a conspiracy book, but it's just the memoir of a guy who was a machinist at a shipyard in WWII and later enlisted and wound up an infantryman. Very comfy if you're into machinery/mechanics and or /k/ommando stuff.

Also, if you're into spoop, "Darkness over Tibet" is also very good.

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>>252
You're an excellent specimen.



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