This is a small but handsomely-designed library room. The coffered ceiling, handsome blond bookcases and artistic calligraphic lettering are make this a jewel of a space.
This library runs along a longish hallway and is quite admirably executed: beautiful dark wood bookcases, hardwood floor, rolling library ladder and classical busts. Very traditional, very nice.
This library is constructed of beautiful wood, with glass-fronted bookcases and storage cabinets at the base.
This English library, in a handpainted, 17th-century style, is an absolutely lovely room, with ornate bookcase moldings and millwork, a coved ceiling and beautiful furnishings.
This library, in San Francisco, is truly magnificent. Hand-carved oak panels and millwork grace the bookcases and the ceiling is ornately plastered.. At least two bookcase bays can be seen on either side of an ornate stone fireplace, which indicate that the library houses a collection of serious size. Very impressive.
This library has curved walls and floating shelves constructed of cherry wood. Modern yet with traditional elements.
This house, named Queroseno House and located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has a dramatic three-story open living area, with one wall covered entirely in long wooden bookshelves, enough space to house 7,500 volumes. Several balconies and a seating area are suspended above the main floor to provide access to the higher shelves. Very architecturally-designed.
The library at Basildon Park in Berkshire, England. Built between the 1770s and 1840s, Basildon Park, it became derelict and was nearly destroyed in the mid-20th century, but was saved by a new owner and completely restored. The library conatins white-painted, neo-classical bookcases and is painted red.
In this NYC apartment, two facing walls have built-in bookcases nearly thirteen feet high. Very impressive and expensive-looking.
The light-colored wood library has bookcases that slide in place and enclose the space. Quite modern.
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