Saturday

Book Store Adventures

We ventured to our beloved local book store last week for a little winter voyage. I discovered this gem of a shop my first year of college and was smitten at first sight.
Rabbit Trail: If you weren't previously aware, I take photos, Josh makes music.
Hence, we found the photo quite befitting to our liking. 
Every time we visit I feel a sense of inspiration. Its endearing charm captivates your heart with every turn. There is also a darling antique shop in the back where they treat you with their homemade iced tea while you gallivant the aisles. In my modest opinion, it's the most magical place in all the Midwest.

Have you discovered any treasures in your hometown? xx

24 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness. I could live there. <3

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  2. I think I could live there. Gorgeous photos!

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  3. Holy... love! These photos are pure magic!!
    xxo
    Taylor

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  4. oh I am so in love with bookstores. Particularly the smell! Is that weird? And of course, I love curling up with a good book<3

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  5. great pictures. i love a good book store. :)

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  6. Wow, that book store looks so magical! What a fun discovery!

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    xxoo

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  7. That's sooo lovely - if we had a place like this where I live I would spend so much time there...

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  8. i am so jealous of this book store!!!!! where is it exactly?

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  9. That's an awesome book store! Looks like you had a great time :)

    So cute how the antique store serves homemade tea, aw.

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  10. Magical photos Kinsey!

    There are few charming places in the beautiful city of Hertogenbosch where we live but they are mostly open in my working hours...

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  11. I love these photos especially the one of the pair of you with the camera and record, so cute!

    I wish I has a place like this to spend hours in near where I live...maybe I need to look harder.

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  12. What a fantastic little shop! I want to take a trip and visit it--it's too adorable and I can't resist old books. I'm with debbie: I love the smell of old books, too!

    We have a really fantastic new book store in our neighborhood (Paul and I usually walk over there, get a coffee and treat and then browse), but I have yet to find a really charming used bookstore here in Wichita. However, I love Aladdin Books in Oklahoma City and Dickson Street Bookshop in Fayetteville, AR.

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  13. Where is this bookstore? I live in Springfield as well, and I've been dying to find this place. :)

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  14. Lovely photos, as usual!

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  15. We went to a local bookstore today too! Although I have to admit, it wasn't as magical as yours. Sounds like a pretty wonderful place!

    xo,
    melissa

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  16. cute, the same as with me and my boyfriend! love that photo :)

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  17. that sounds like the perfect spot! what a great local treasure... and what beautiful photos, as always :)

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  18. Whats the name of that bookstore? I love bookstores like that have books coming out of the woodworks. Is it in Springfield?

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  19. It's called Third Street Books in Ozark, MO!
    xo, Kins

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  20. Oh, beautiful pictures! That store looks amazing!

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  21. what a fantastic bookstore! bookstores are such magical treasures. libraries too!

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  22. I love your BLOG <3 I just found you on Violet Bellas blog. I can twait to see more of your DIY's. You're so inspirational.

    Much Love - Alison of MyAvonlea and MaeLo

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  23. I love your BLOG <3 I just found you on Violet Bellas blog. I can twait to see more of your DIY's. You're so inspirational.

    Much Love - Alison of MyAvonlea and MaeLo

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