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  • Cari Phelps

    Home library with nice work space, natural light and gorgeous dark stained floors

  • Andrea Grafmiller

    I love this library/office. I love how much room there is for the many functions this space has to serve. I love the book room. I love all the unique furniture pieces and the floor.

  • Helen Kim

    Reading room / home library... my dream space...

  • Ink Technologies

    This is such a luxurious home office space. Would you want to change anything? #interiors

  • Bethany Soler

    20 Cool Home Library Design Ideas Some fantastic design ideas in here. My favorite is the windowed library room inside the home office

  • Nadia *

    dream space to house books.

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