Book desk. Appropriately enough, this one functions as the information desk for TU Delft architecture bibliotheek. [via Boing Boing]
So you want a higher concept book desk, small enough for home use? Meet Richard Hutten’s Layers. [via designboom]
We’ve seen many variations on the bookshelf made of books, but Jim Rosenau’s elegant, brightly colored version may be our favorite. [via Curled Up with a Book]
Some of the items on this list cost thousands of dollars or aren’t for sale. But you can buy this one-of-a-kind book lamp on Etsy for 60 bucks.
Richard Avedon’s custom-made book crate bed. Sounds like a good DIY project to us… [via Apartment Therapy]
Another Jim Rosenau original. A mirror framed with vintage encyclopedias.
This may be designed for kids, but you’re never too old to sleep in Uroko House, an igloo made of bookcases. That’s right, folks: the bed is inside. [via Inhabitots]
Feeling crafty? Learn how to make yourself a colorful headboard out of old hardcovers at Instructables.
Bureau Debank’s reading lamp will hold your book for you when you’re done. [via Design Milk]
So in love with your books that you don’t mind getting paper cuts from your armchair? Meet the Bibliochaise, from Italy’s Nobody & Co. [via Decomodo]
Mittered table. Another breathtaking Jim Rosenau!
Outside, it’s a book bench. Inside, it’s a book sofa. Either way, Jan Reymond’s pocketbench is on our wishlist. The Swiss artist is also responsible for this gorgeous installation made of books. [via Book Patrol]
Indulge your guilty pleasure with this romance novel coffee table.
Kylie Stillman’s beautiful, zen-like book carvings. [via Apartment Therapy]
Jane Mount’s drool-worthy Ideal Bookshelf project. Buy prints from the series on 20×200 or Etsy.
Regal peacocks printed on an antique book page from 1890.
Postertext’s Ulysses poster, made from the text of the first quarter of the book.