BEAUTIFUL BOOK SETS THAT DOUBLE AS DECOR

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As obsessed as I am with Audible, I still love sitting down to read a hardcover book. It could be my love of coffee table books or my fiancé’s slight Amazon Prime addiction, but as a couple we have quite the collection (not to mention the 50 or so boxes of books in the basement we’ve yet to find a home for). We dream of one day having a library where we can display all of our favorites and Will’s ever-growing “to be read” section! When we first moved in together, we realized we had so many duplicates of Penguin Classics with covers illustrated by Coralie Bickf0rd-Smith. So naturally I let out an actual squeal when I found this mecca of beautiful book sets worth collecting, displaying, and passing on to our future children. Whether you’re a Jane Austen fan girl (me), Michael Lewis-obsessed (Will), or an F. Scott Fitzgerald fan (both of us), these colorful book sets are as delightful to keep on display as they are to actually read. And would they not make the most perfect gift for the bibliophile in your life?! Browse the whole assortment here.

{Fall In Love book collection}

{F. Scott Fitzgerald book set}

{Jane Austen book set}

{Philosophy book collection}

{Poetry book collection}

{Harry Potter Ravenclaw book set}

{Michael Lewis book set}

{Dive Into The Past book collection}

{Penguin Classics book set}

{Ernest Hemingway book set}

{Hervé Tullet children’s books}

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  1. I LOVE this post. I grew up with a library in my parent’s home and I have many wonderful memories of curling up in there with a book. These book sets are beautiful and can’t wait to add them to my collection.

  2. Funny because I love Austen and my husband Stephen is obsessed with Michael Lewis! Does Will have any recommendations for authors similar to Michael Lewis? Stephen and I both love Steinbeck, as well, and I see a pretty set of his on One King’s Lane I might have to buy… thank you for sharing!

    1. I love the library (which I just shared on Instagram haha) but for classics like these I definitely hope to own most of them 🙂 In the past few months I’ve read:
      – You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero (super motivating)
      – Mindset by Carol Dweck (insightful but pretty redundant after the first few chapters)
      – The Couple Next Door (pretty good psychological thriller)
      – In A Dark, Dark Wood (ditto the above)

      And I’m currently reading The Year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell. You can find tons of book recs in these posts!

      http://www.mackenziehoran.com/2016/08/24/101-in-1001-list-books-i-loved-and-books-i-wouldnt-recommend/

      http://www.mackenziehoran.com/2017/03/14/book-recommendations-please/

  3. I bought a few of the Penguins Classics for my daughter when she was born and love them. I think maybe this needs to be a bday gift of adding one each year or something because they are so perfect!

    1. In the past few months I’ve read:
      – You Are A Badass by Jen Sincero (super motivating)
      – Mindset by Carol Dweck (insightful but pretty redundant after the first few chapters)
      – The Couple Next Door (pretty good psychological thriller)
      – In A Dark, Dark Wood (ditto the above)

      And I’m currently reading The Year of Living Danishly by Helen Russell. You can find tons of book recs in these posts!

      http://www.mackenziehoran.com/2016/08/24/101-in-1001-list-books-i-loved-and-books-i-wouldnt-recommend/

      http://www.mackenziehoran.com/2017/03/14/book-recommendations-please/

  4. My daughter is a freshman this year, and I’ve decided for her graduation from high school gift that I am going to buy her my top 50 books. And you better believe that I am buying the most gorgeous ones I can find. I am doing one book a month over the next 4 years, plus the extra two to spread out the cost.