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9 comfortable Libraries To curl Up In With A great book

If you’re in the mood to shut off from the world as well as curl up with a great book, we’ve discovered the ideal spots. These comfortable libraries invite you to linger, so pull up a chair.

Peacock blue-painted walls produce an enveloping, wonderful escape. designer Theresa Casey added a pop of color with red leather wingback chairs as well as a richly patterned carpet to contrast to the great tones of the millwork.

Photographer: Ted Yarwood

Source: home & house March 2012 issue

Products: Contracting, Nicolini Construction

Designer: Theresa Casey

Dramatic black walls get kicked up a notch in this library by Toronto designer Tommy Smythe with a glazed finish. A zebra rug adds an exotic touch while the brass mirror, rich floor-to-ceiling drapes as well as chandelier infuse the Victorian house’s library with warmth.

Photographer: Angus Fergusson

Source: home & house January 2012 issue

Designer: Tommy Smythe; job manager, Jenny Dames

Designer Theresa Casey selected a chalky grey paint as the backdrop for the millwork in this library, however separated the book jackets into shades to produce a rainbow impact in her client’s library. A navy velvet sofa as well as armchair are inviting areas to perch.

Photographer: Donna Griffith

Source: home & house February 2013 issue

Designer: Theresa Casey

This library has certain French flair. A floral skirt conceals a storage area as well as the gilded settee, upholstered in a ticking stripe fabric, draws all the attention. The bookcases are low-cost Ikea versions mounted on the wall, however it’s the accessories as well as framed artwork that provide this space a rich, heritage look.

Photographer: Virginia Macdonald

Source: home & house October 2007 issue

Products: Lee Caswell Antiques

No one can blame Sugar the pooch for staking out the prime area in front of the fire. staying with a monochromatic combination makes this library feel larger, according to designer Meredith Heron. The blue-grey millwork is sprayed with a lacquer so it seems to recede, as well as wise brass photo lamps glimmer like fashion jewelry in the room.

Photographer: Michael Graydon

Source: home & house February 2014 issue

Designer: Meredith Heron

In this beautiful nyc loft in the meatpacking district, artist Michelle Oka Doner’s library is a dark retreat that’s in sharp contrast to the loft’s mainly white palette. tall shelving that stretches as much as the ceiling maxes out storage as well as the bookcases’ black surface makes this area feel much more intimate.

Photographer: Christian Schaulin

Source: home & house November 2015 issue

Designer: Michelle Oka Doner

A blue lacquered wall as well as atmospheric ceiling fresco are just two of the rich details that provided designer Colette van den Thillart’s library in her former London house personality. Gold shell-shaped lights radiate on book spines for simple searching.

Photographer: Chris Tubbs

Source: home & house January 2011 issue

Designer: Collette van den Thillart

The library in the KnowltoN, Quebec, víkendový ústup návrháře Scotta Yetmana a jeho partner, Jean Michel Lavoie, se nazývá „The Winter Season Room“. Vhodným místem pro strávení zasněženého odpoledne je prostor inspirovaný Ralph Lauren s pohodlnými stěnami uhlí, řady knih a luxusní nábytek-včetně pohovky, které se vyvinulo.

Fotograf: Monic Richard

Zdroj: Domů a dům listopad 2011 Vydání

Návrhář: Scott Yetman

Na proti černých knihovnách za ním se objeví lehká citronová sametová pohovka. Regály od podlahy ke stropu nabízí dostatečnou oblast pro knihy, předměty i mementa.

Fotograf: Bärbel Miebach

Zdroj: Domov a dům květen 2009 Vydání

Návrhář: Tracey Garret Design

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