Libraries & Shelves
MIchael Chabon and Ayelet Waldman's book nook/Remodelista
These would be amazing. Floor would be nice and open, the books are still easily accessible but cleaner, and they could all be great facades for posters/kid's art.
Rustic Designs in the Interior
Low shelves lining the perimeter of this Craftsman Bungalow keep cookbooks handy. | Photo: Victoria Pearson | thisoldhouse.com
Hold on Tight bookshelf by ColleenAndEric.com - Even in the digital age, we all still have personal libraries of books we just can't let go of. Use the Hold on Tight bookshelf to keep your most treasured books upright, on display, and close at hand. A brightly-coloured aluminum cube and oversized wing nut serve as a sliding bookend which can be adjusted and secured wherever it is needed, whether your book collection is growing or shrinking. Offered in Beech, Walnut and Oak. (41"L x 11"H x 8"D).
kids | space | vintage chairs | books
"We understand the furnishing of a house as a long-term process," Eugeni Bach told Dezeen. "The design of the home should be open enough to accept these new elements, furniture, objects, books. On the other hand we usually design some elements to allow these things to be collected and placed well in the house."
wood & white. worked into the architecture.
Library in artist live/work studio in Clinton Hill by BWArchitects | Remodelista