Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Archive for the ‘Library Lust’ Category

Library Lust

via Wealden Times

Every reading nook needs an Eames chair.

Read Full Post »

Happy birthday to me!  The celebrations are predictably non-existent for my 35th but there is one tradition that Covid cannot interfere with: the sharing of my five favourite libraries from the last year of “Library Lust” posts.  Enjoy!

via Wealden Times

photo credit: Michael Sinclair

photo credit: Jen Harrison Bunning

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

For more stunning libraries, check out past birthday editions from 2020, 20192018201720162015201420132012, and 2011.

Read Full Post »

Library Lust

photo credit: Rachael Smith (via The Guardian)

Read Full Post »

Library Lust

credit unknown

Read Full Post »

Library Lust

photo credit: Michael SInclair

I love this sweet dollhouse bookshelf.

Read Full Post »

Library Lust

photo credit: Tony Soluri

Read Full Post »

Library Lust

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?

Read Full Post »

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)

Read Full Post »

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.

Read Full Post »

Library Lust

Weir Phillips Architects (via Desire to Inspire)

Read Full Post »

« Newer Posts - Older Posts »