Dine-in Library Miles Redd designed the ebonized wood and sterling bookshelf, where a colorblock painting by Leora Armstrong hangs. When they're alone, the owners of this Manhattan apartment dine at this carved flip-top game table from Agostino Antiques.
A portrait of conductor Leopold Stokowski and a figure study are focal points on the library bookshelf. Design: Alex Hitz
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.
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