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credit: Kierszbaum Interieurs

I have no words for that lamp shade.  Who doesn’t want to bring the tiki bar into their music room/library?

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Library Lust

photo credit: Andrew Beasley (via House and Garden UK)

This may be the dreamiest of dream libraries for me.  I love its lightness and simplicity, without sacrificing colour or cosiness.  It’s a narrow room (as can be seen from the photo below) and I think this is the perfect use of it.

photo credit: Andrew Beasley (via House and Garden UK)

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Library Lust

designer: Robert Kime

As we (quietly) launch into this new year, I offer up this retreat.  Not only does it provide plenty of shelving for your books, cosy seating, and an excellent variety of lighting options, it also appears to have…swords and daggers on the table?  Good to be prepared for anything, I suppose.

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Library Lust

Weir Phillips Architects (via Desire to Inspire)

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via LA Times

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photo credit: Robert Rieger (via AD Deutschland)

I love this “rustic” retreat in Tegernsee (more photos and article – in German – here) and am happy that, like any proper retreat, it has a lovely bookish corner.

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Library Lust

credit: SHED Architecture and Design

As much as the decorative items spelling out ‘nest’ pain me, this dining room earns points for having both a bookshelf and amazing sliding doors that open to the outdoors.  And I love the overall modern feel of the space.

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Library Lust

via Wealden Times

It’s hard to go wrong with a solid wall of books.

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photo credit: Helena Attlee

How would you feel about escaping to an Italian castle for a while? Or just escaping anywhere, frankly?  As long as it’s well-stocked with books I’m ready to go!

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Library Lust

photo credit: Jen Harrison Bunning

This is the home of Slightly Foxed editor Gail Pirkis and, given her excellent literary taste, it’s no surprise her interior decorating sense is just as good.

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