We don’t even HAVE Pinterest, so this isn’t even self-promotion. We just love perusing all the beautiful bookish things you can find on there, and wanted to share the love with you! (With the help of Book Riot):
1. For the love of BOOKS / Ephemera by Carina Case: This board is a collection of vintage images, information, and general bookish history stuff. You can almost smell the pictures. *inhales book scent deeply*
2. Book Humor by Random House: A fantastic source of hilarious reading-and-book-related e-cards, memes, comics, illustrations, and photos. You can definitely kill an hour or five on this board.
3. Lustworthy Libraries by Kobo Books, and Cathedrals for Books by Jellybooks Ltd.: Two of the finest sources of library porn around, and a reliable source for our ever-popular #booknookenvy posts. Interesting fact: both boards are curated by e-book companies.
4. Book-inspired Crafts by Kansas City Public Library: This board will make you feel inspired, but also quite talentless, so proceed with caution. Amazing bookish shoes, dresses, nail art, wall art, shelf art, etc.
5. We Love Book Lists by Random House: Who doesn’t love books, lists, and books presented in lists? Lists by colour, genre, author, setting, etc. A very satisfying board indeed.
6. Readers by Conroy Design: A collection of gorgeous photos of people reading. This board is curated by a graphic designer, so you know it’s good.
7. Dumbledore’s Army from April of Good Books Good Wine: This board is smaller, but it’s all HP-themed, so it’s basically a shoe-in. Tattoos, memes, fan art, memorabilia, etc.
8. Literary Weddings by Random House: Probably one of our absolute favourites: gorgeous ideas for bookish weddings from paper bouquets to book cakes to photo shoots in libraries. *swooooon*
9. Bookness by Karen Yakovitch: General board of all things bookish with over 80,000 followers. Jewelry, bags, photos, shelves, art…oh my!
10. An Author’s Habitat by BookMachine: Famous authors in their natural habitats: offices, desks, libraries…at typewriters, with fountain pens, and Neil Gaiman.
Here’s to hours of procrastination and truckloads of book-related envy. Happy pinning!