Isn't this corbel bookend attractive.... but it will set you back sixty-nine dollars.
Wouldn't it be fun to spell out words with these letters?
These accents would most likely please most bookworms but wait till you get a load of the next one...
Book Bundles: twenty-nine dollars
Shocking, isn't it. And no, it isn't a fakey reproduction. Those are actual old books whose covers have been ripped off... then the poor naked things have been bound together with jute.
RH says: Liberated from their covers, stitched and bound with jute twine, the foxed and faded pages of old books become objêts d'art.
Rich with texture and intrigue
Each bundle is unique; let us pick one for you
Set them on a table, use them as antiquarian accents amid your library tomes, or stack them beneath a console
Liberated... Seriously?! And really, what do they mean by intrigue-- maybe between the pages.
So I say: Shame on RH for torturing defenseless books! Let's boycott!
Wonder who would even buy such a thing? Hopefully, no bookworms. If a nonbookish person bought a single book bundle, I might say 'live and let live' but if I walked into a home and saw a whole bookcase full... well, lets just say it wouldn't be pretty!
And I'm really wondering about the titles, aren't you?
What do you think of the book bundles? If you like them, say so. I won't think less of you, really...