Here is the second part to an already awesome list of Book Towns. I hope you enjoy these ones as much as Book Towns: Part I
Here are 6 more stunning little Book Towns:
St. Martins, New Brunswick
A beautiful Canadian village 40 km east of Saint John, it is situated on the Bay of Fundy. The village was founded by a Loyalists in 1783, and was originally known as Quaco. St. Martins has a population of approx. 304 (2006.) In 2007, the St. Martins Book town Initiative was formed.
Soon after that the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly officially proclaimed St. Martins as New Brunswick’s official Book town. There are now nearly a dozen booksellers located in the village.
Wigtown was officially designated as Scotland’s National Book Town in 1998 and is now home to over 20 book-related businesses.
Creating beautiful and unique ways to display books is something that really intrigues and delights me. I love seeing all the different way people have come up with to make their book experience enchanting. For me it’s even greater looking at space saving book storage solution. This lookbook has the best of both.
These stairs truly are a way to heaven, book heaven 🙂
I love the whole design; the architecture, the regal-ness of the books, those stairs are heavenly indeed!
I love the sleekness and modern warmth of these stairs.
This set up is so amazing. I love how all the colors pop off the
crisp white backdrop.
I think this one might be the funnest. Climb up stairs filled with books
and slide back down!
I love this, I just imagine that those stairs lead to a heavenly room
filled with even more books.