The Bookshop – Nashville, Tennessee
3 words: bright, lovely, well-curated
Our recent visit to Nashville had a single mission: attend the wedding of the Dear Man’s dear nephew and his dear fiancée. Mission accomplished! The wedding was one of those really, really good ones — where the couple are so right for one another and it’s truly a blessed occasion.
Plus, at the reception, there were s’mores.
When we weren’t spending time with family, we did some history geek tourism and we stopped by a bookstore whose Instagram feed delights me.
The lightness of those white bookshelves! Those light fixtures!
And the bookshop is every bit as pretty in person (though my photo doesn’t do it justice).
We browsed a good while, and I finally selected two books to buy for my home library:
- To Obama: With Love, Joy, Anger, and Hope by Jeanne Marie Laskas
So we’ve got some fiction (such a favorite!) and a new nonfiction book about a president, by an author whose writing I adore.
Here they are in our living room, because the Unruly home library is not yet open for business. (The move! The boxes! Thank goodness there’s a public library less than a mile away.)
Anyone else doing any bookstore tourism this fall? Any great finds?