Posts Tagged ‘bookends’
 
 
 
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Shower Scene Bookend
Shower Scene Bookend
Shower Scene Bookend

This Shower Attack Bookend Means You Can Prop Anything Up For Display

The Portal Bookends are neat, but will only appeal to a small crowd.  Arguably the same can be said about this bookend, but since it's clearly an ode to "Psycho" the movie, I believe they'll have a larger drawer. Made by Knob C...
 
Offbeat
 
AT AT Bookends
AT AT Bookends
AT AT Bookends

Star Wars AT-AT Bookends Are Ready to Attack Your Library

Everything we do is online.  Meaning rarely we we pick up a physical book or a magazine.  Instead, we prefer to consume our media on a computer, iPad, or iPhone (or Android device).  Nevertheless, that doesn't stop us from indu...
 
Gaming
 
Portal Bookends
Portal Bookends
Portal Bookends

Portal Bookends

Got a Portal fan in the fam?  Don't know what we're talking about?  Portal is a PC and console video game that shot to popularity about 4 years ago thanks to its unique puzzle structure.  The game's character must solve puzzles...

 
Household
 
Floating Book Ends
Floating Book Ends
Floating Book Ends

Floating Book Ends

Every bookshelf needs a little pizzaz, right?  These bookend creates the illusion of two floating arrows that press the books together.  In actual fact a metal holder is hidden inside each book placed at the end of the stack th...
 
Toys
 
Jaba Palace Bookends
Jaba Palace Bookends
Jaba Palace Bookends

Jabba’s Palace Star Wars Bookends

Today is like any other day.  The sun is out, the birds are singing and we've got another piece of Star Wars paraphernalia on our hands.  Last month we showed you the Star Wars bookends, Lightsaber included and this time, playi...
 
Toys
 
Star Wars Lightsaber bookends
Star Wars Lightsaber bookends
Star Wars Lightsaber bookends

Star Wars Bookends Put The Force On Literary Texts

Believe it or not but Star Wars fans actually read books.  In fact, the Star Wars books are quintessential to true Star Wars fandom.  But how to keep all those Jedi inspired books in neat order is not something any little rebel...