As a bonafide book lover, the idea of filling up every available space in your home with books has probably crossed your mind a few times. Well, you might find that these brilliant book-themed items are not only practical, but also a lot more conducive to intelligent living that the boring alternatives.
#1. A duvet cover that reminds you of the three things you really need in life.
Eat Sleep Read duvet cover.
#2. Westeros at your feet.
A Map of Ice and Fire rug.
#3. Because nothing looks better than an open book. Yes, even food.
Book-shaped plates and dishware.
Price: Starts at $9.99.
#4. Basically, it’s the perfect representation of your book-loving life.
Reading Gals clock.
#5. Who needs sleep, indeed!
Sleep Is Good But Books Are Better throw pillow.
#6. Pretty and multifunctional.
Terracotta book-end vase.
#7. For that much-needed creative push.
Writers and Readers skin for laptops and tablets.
Price: Starts at $25.
#8. Why have rare first editions on your shelf when you can have them on your wall?
First Edition artwork.
#9. Find your way around the world of literature.
#10. Imagine this: all the books that made you who you are today immortalized in a custom painting.
Custom painting of your ideal bookshelf by artist Jane Mount.
#11. Saint Neil. Saint Stephen. Saint Maya. Because why not?
Sainted Writers candles.
#12. Wallpaper that look like a stack of books.
Stacked Paperback wallpaper.
#13. Never will you find a wittier cutting board in all the land.
Romeo and Julienne cutting board.
#14. Gives new meaning to cozying up with a book.
Olde Book Pillow Classics.
Price: Starts at $17.99.
#15. Because, Gertrude Stein.
Gertrude Stein Beerstein.
#16. A little Dr. Seuss wisdom goes a long way.
Dr. Seuss Quote wall decal.
#17. Or just knock.
Lord of the Rings door sign.
#18. The only chance you’ll ever get to having a drink with the greats.
“Great Drinkers” of Literature shot glass set.
#19. You’ll be swooning throughout dinner (or lunch).
Love Letter napkins.
#20. After all, who can memorize all those spells?
Practical Guide to Spells and Wizardry print.
#21. Quite literally the stairway to heaven.
Can I have them all?