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    In this historic 18th-century home, designer Jeffrey Bilhuber revived the rooms with bright colors, including the green floor of the library. I like the idea of bookshelves that divide rooms up.

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Nothing would make me happier then for me n Dustin to build a barn house on the ranch!

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Small but grand library. Designer: David Kaihoi. Photo: Ngoc Minh Ngo. housebeautiful.com

In this historic 18th-century home, designer Jeffrey Bilhuber revived the rooms with bright colors, including the green floor of the library.

loft library. we don't have a loft, but I dream of renovating our attic and turning it onto a fantastic library/ study.

Designer Todd Klein used high gloss paint colors in this New York apartment. The library's high-gloss brown walls play up the grid pattern of the bookshelves, derived from a design by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen.

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