Sovereign CourtTransitional Bedroom, London

This is an example of a traditional bedroom in London with grey walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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petrafischer01 wrote:3 February 2015

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Victoria Harrison added this to Should You Ever Display Books With Their Spines Facing the Wall?30 January 2018

The case for pages: It harks back to leather-bound tomesConsistency of colour is nothing new. Bound tomes in soft shades of natural leather are a literary classic and many collectors find it soothing to have neatly ordered rows of discreetly bound books lining their shelvesTo the organised mind, turning spines away can be seen as a way of tapping into this level of visual conformity, but it does take some planning. You would need to have a foolproof indexing system in place, allowing you to track down the book you need at speed. You could also use it as a way of keeping track of novels you’ve read (turned to the wall) and those you still have to tackle (facing out).

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