What We're Reading: April 8

This week's bookmark-worthy bits from around the Web

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There's a certain magic to an old theatre—the velvet curtains, the vintage marquee—so we can't help but admire the eerie beauty found in [left], from once-regal playhouses to tiny cinemas. ( via .)

reports that for its book collection. The app lets users browse and purchase a number of books released by the museum, including many titles that are out of print.

Spring is finally here and with it comes color! So this week, in honor of the season, featured a different palette each day, depicted with photos of nature and ordinary objects in that color family. Our favorites? and a .

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With Downton Abbey over, lovers of period drama (and lush English interiors) are left with a bit of a void. Luckily, . The series is the sequel to the popular 1970s television show of the same name and follows the drama of the British class divide against the backdrop of 1930s London. pulls together gorgeous photos of the interiors, as well as furniture and fashions inspired by the series.

Spectacular Swatches: Designer Jennifer Boles of , uncovering inspiring patterns and forgotten gems.

A new site, , makes it easy to buy and sell used products to improve your home, from appliances to French doors.

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