Exotic Prints in a Library This Long Island, New York library is dominated by a Julia Condon mandala painting. Designer Markham Roberts hung it on the bookcases for a contemporary touch, to relax the room's formality. Its exotic Eastern aura inspired the ikat fabrics on the armchairs, throw, and pillows, as well as the faux-bone finish of the coffee table, designed by Modern Interiors Design, Bookshelves, Libraries Room, Home Libraries, Living Room, Bookcas, Libraries Design, Book Shelves, Study Room
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Stylish, light and very welcoming, love the yellow and dark tones in this library - and the neat way they've integrated the fireplace.
Designer Amanda Kyser has filled Long Island home's library with artistic details. The Molina sofa from Bespoke is covered in Arabica Belgian linen from Libeco-Lagae, and the pillows are a mix of antique silk ikat and 19th-century Thai patterns. Walls are painted Dark Taupe and bookcases are Merlot, both by Benjamin Moore. Pictures of Home Library Decor - House Beautiful
A Masculine Library Designed by Albert Hadley, this New York City apartment office features a custom bench with corner arms, which is upholstered in Tiger silk velvet in Oro by Lee Jofa. The desk chair is covered in Liberty's Papageno from Osborne & Little. The Stark rug is made of vintage carpet fragments. Italian marbleized paper lines the bookcase.