Thursday, July 5, 2012

{Juniper Books Custom Collections}

Accentuate your space with...

Juniper Books

Any other bookworms out there? I have thoroughly enjoyed all of my recent reads and have started giving in to buying books versus renting them from the library. That said, my collection is definitely growing. So when I ran across Juniper Books Custom Collections I got pretty excited. They create and customize book covers to fit your taste! Paperback, leather, name it, they can do it...and considering I've been on a "how I want to furnish my future home" kick recently, I'm really stoked about the idea of incorporating some of these ideas into my future office/library...

I absolutely love these pink Jane Austen book jackets! Very feminine and fun. I like the idea of picking a certain color or theme for a series of books by the same author. Keeps things organized in a unique fashion.

While certain book covers are more elaborate and can cost a pretty penny, I'm already starting to think about how I can turn this into a DIY project. This set of book jackets could probably be easily re-created using special paper and stamps, among other things...

I adore these covers! Funky and diverse, I like the way this collection of books has an underlying theme but also plays with different patterns and textures...

You can bet that I'm going to have fun with this project once I get around to doing it! Reading is one of my favorite hobbies. I'm glad to have recently spent some quality time with a good book on the beach in North Carolina and I'll enjoy doing so again this weekend at the Eastern Shore. Time to read...what a beautiful thing!

“It is what you read when you don't have to that determines what you will be when you can't help it.”
-Oscar Wilde

Images via Juniper Books


  1. That is so cool. I recently found a lot of the classics on sale at books a million and I racked up.

  2. Amanda - That's awesome! I need to make an effort to spend more time in bookstores...I think once the weather cools down I will be that girl (coffee in hand) perusing the shelves for good additions to my collection :)