I live in a bacholar apartment and as such I live all in one room. I have done this in previous apartments and never really enjoyed having to look at my bed all day. So when I moved in to my current place I decided hide my bed with custom made bookshelves, it has 3 sections each containing 18 boxes each about a foot square. Those sections form an "L" in one corner of my apartment with my bed in behind. The shelves have no backing so books can be accessed from either side. So some of my favourite novels and the books I'm currently reading face in towards the bed and books I've read are facing out into the rest of the apartment. The ones facing out are group in categories such as Canadian history, American history, British history, historical technical manuals, (I'm a historian :) ) fantasy novels, crime novels, plant and animal identification ect.
Living with Lots and Lots (and Lots) of Books? Good Questions
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Here in Toronto you can get a delicious pumpkin ale from Black Creek Pioneer Village. It's brewed in the village with local ingredients using techniques from the 1860's so it's only got a shelf life of about 2 weeks but it rarely lasts that long.
Spooky Brews: 5 Spicy-Sweet Pumpkin Ales for Fall
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