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A secluded home library. it would be better if they didn't store the books so close to the radiator! Minus the radiator this makes a good small space library I'd put a comfy window seat were the radiator is

books & ladder  Source: teachingliteracy

library (via Freed Residence - eclectic - family room - los angeles - HartmanBaldwin Design/Build)

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Colonial Cottage's library on Harbour Island in the Bahamas, Architecture by Lubrano Ciavarra Design and Interior Design by Port of Call


(Lundia solid wood bookshelves) I would take custom built ceiling to floor bookcases over jewelry any day.

281545414178878584 Neat idea. Closet library. Put up shelves, cut out front of door and put glass.

A cool way to make a tiny library of your own -- Take one small closet, put in shelves and cut out part of the door and put in glass --LOVE IT! If I had extra closet space.I'd do it ;

Shabby Chic Ireland: February 2011

At Pretty Page Turner, we love flowers and we love books. We REALLY love flowers and books together.

A labrynth made of books...  I would have to start at the begining and read each one until I found my way out.  HAHA...I would love it!

I love the smell of bookstores and libraries. They always smell a little sweet yet musty because of all of the ink and paper that are on their shelves, waiting to be opened and read again and again.

bookshelves - dream house would contain a room with all bookshelves and rolling ladders.

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Beautiful home library and a floating mirror.A great way to have a large mirror without losing wall space.

The library at Sissinghurst Castle. Sissinghurst Castle still contains many of the books and papers of Vita Sackville-West, who bought the ruinous house in 1930 and restored it together with her husband Harold Nicolson.

The alcove off the Writing Room in the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle, Kent where the main body of Vita Sackville-West's personal library of books are stored. Sissinghurst was the home of Vita Sackville-West and her husband Sir Harold Nicolson, near Cranbro