8 Gorgeous Little Free Libraries Inspired by the Natural World

The only thing limiting what a Little Free Library looks like is imagination—and there are truly imaginative libraries out there, including some out-of-this-world ones. For the nature loving bookworm, here are eight Little Free Libraries inspired by the natural world.

1. Leaf

This gorgeous Little Free Library captures the spirit and the light of the forest. Built into a tree trunk, with a giant leaf offering instructions to take a book or leave a book, this library is a friendly invitation to experience the fun of a Little Free Library. (Source)

2. Bird Nest

This Little Free Library resembles a bird nest, complete with a collection of books just waiting to be cracked open. (Source)

3. Owl

Whooo wants to borrow a book? This owl is a sweet welcome to book lovers of all ages. (Source)

4. Mosaic Sun and Flowers

Every day is a beautiful day when you’re hanging out at a Little Free Library. This mosaic library blends a love of reading with a love of crafting. (Source)

5. Garden

A beautiful addition to a garden, this Little Free Library blends right in with its vibrant colors, eye-catching flowers, and twisted vines. (Source)

6. Bear

This impressive Little Free Library was created out of the stump of a cedar tree. We love the creativity of this one and the bear’s directive to “read on.” (Source)

7. Mushroom

This adorable, mushroom-inspired Little Free Library looks like it could double as a fairy mansion. Especially impressive are all the pieces that went into building the cap. (Source)

8. Sunburst

This Little Free Library is an example of the fine woodcrafting involved in making some libraries. (Source)


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