When you’re a true book lover, it can be hard to step outside of your favorite novels and return to reality. Maybe that’s why these creative fans decided to bring their fantasy worlds to life by crafting book-themed decor for their homes. Fantasy or romance, epic or mystery, your most beloved story doesn't have to be bound to paper. Click through the gallery below to see how you can bring it alive right in your home.
Photo via Hometalker Julia Dickey
Hobbit Home Garden Feature
This family decided that they wanted some epic detail in their garden, so they built their very own Hobbit hole retaining wall. It’s so perfectly charming that you almost want to go knock and see if Frodo’s home.
Photo via Hometalker Jeannine @The Concrete Cottage
Harry Potter Hallway
These Harry Potter enthusiasts turned their favorite written work into wizarding wallpaper – fun to read and beautiful to look at!
Photo via Hometalker Meredith @Arts and Classy
Great Gatsby Golden Livingroom
Many would argue that there was no time as glamourous as the 1920s. As this Great Gatsby themed sitting room illustrates, nothing was too extravagant – not even golden ceiling tiles!
Photo via Hometalker Dayoris Custom @Dayoris Custom
Lord of the Rings Bunk Beds
Imagine waking up in this Lord of the Rings bunk bed every day – how would you know if you were actually awake or still dreaming?
Photo via Hometalker Bambi
Mad Hatter Shade
This smile-inducing Mad Hatter lamp shows how en*light*ening reading can be.
Photo via Hometalker Jamie @So Much Better With Age
Pride and Prejudice Pillow
This throw pillow is adorned with one of the most memorable quotes from Pride and Prejudice, and would make a lovely anniversary or Valentine’s Day gift.
Photo via Hometalker Jody @Homey Home Design
50 Shades of Grey in the Bathroom
This bathroom decorated in shades of grey might be a bit on the literal side, but is it a coincidence that during the same time this ever-popular book hung out on the bestseller list, grey was an incredibly in-style look for home interiors? We doubt it.
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This article was written by Hometalk Editor Tikva Morrow. Hometalk.com is the largest home and garden social network on the web. Millions of homeowners and professionals use Hometalk to share their knowledge and inspiration, ideas, and advice.