Over the long labor day weekend I breakfasted out then went for a brisk walk down the street that was lined with cute little stores. I walked into a Co-Op/Vintage store and saw this amazing counter supported by countless books. The books are glued and nailed together, some books were cut to achieve the proper height, the book are pushed up against a wooden structure that creates the frame of the counter while a wooden countertop serves on top. A very unique and smart way to make use of old books!
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