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via Savills

I’m in the middle of reading September by Rosamunde Pilcher (which is a perfect holiday book) and this room seems exactly right for that genteel world.

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via AirBnB (home in Istanbul)

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credit: Cameron Ruppert (via Desire to Inspire)

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credit: Harrison Design

I think most people have been longing for larger gardens during covid but this sets the bar even higher: a stunning light- and book-filled garden studio to relax and work in. You can see even more details here (including hidden rooms).

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Bookworm Cabin, Poland

This cabin in the Polish countryside looks idyllic – no TV, no WiFi, just books and the perfect cosy setting.  You can see more photos (and book a stay) here.

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via Architectural Digest

Any library-esque room with access to the garden makes me thing of Reginald in Trollope’s The American Senator, who describes his days thus: I rush in and out of the garden, and spend my time between my books and my flowers and my tobacco pipe.  From that moment forward, all my loyalties lay with him – plus a hefty amount of envy for the freedom to live such a life.  But the trade-off for modern economics is that we have Eames chairs and Reginald did not, so I can’t be too bitter.

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photo credit: Paul Massey

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via House Beautiful

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photo credit: Simon Brown

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