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Liven up your book shelf with this book nook shelf insert. There are LED fairy lights in the ceiling , one in the lamp, one in the wall light, and 2 at the back of the chair, and these really glow when turned on in the dark, they are bright white lights.
A gorgeous shabby chic rose patterned chair with a cushion, and a matching footstool.
There is a small table which has an drink and a bottle, a book, a couple of ornaments and a shopping list. There are vintage advertising signs and vintage comic posters mounted on board on the walls. I love these vintage signs, so much colour, loving the ‘play rough’ one!. I made the bookcase and put loads of books I made in it. There are various little bottles and a blue glass weight on the bookcase as well. There is a plant on a little stand, and a little old fashioned fire.
The background wallpaper is a photo quality image of a vintage brick wall, I have taken natural light and flash photo’s, and it may appear different on your device.
I made the chair…..oh I won’t bore you with the list but I made everything in this, apart from the the plant, fire and bottle myself, you get the idea the challenge is to make as much as can! lots from things destined for the recycling bin. All the books are made by me, this has taken an age to make!
The battery pack is attached at the back for ease of changing the batteries, and the switch is at the top of the book at the end of the spine.
The book is black with black finishing , and measures just under 9 1/2″ tall, the book is just over 6″ deep, 7 ” including battery pack, 7″ wide at the front then tapers towards the back. It uses 2 AA batteries.
Hand crafted by me, taking quite a few hours, and made from upcycled books, so please allow for minor blemishes on the outside of the book . Yes I treasure books but lots of unwanted hardback books end up in landfill as they can’t be recycled. Rest assured the pages from the books I use have been removed from the spine, and recycled.
Adult collectors only.
©2020. Valerie Smith.