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    A Lofty Writer's Studio: Lane Smith's Book-Filled Barn

    Children’s bo author and illustrator Lane Smith lives in a charming 200-year old farmhouse in Connecticut. Behind the farmhouse is Smith’s writing studio in the barn, which I’m even in with. When I saw his floor-to-ceiling boshelves, I nearly swooned. As a writer, this would be my dream work space. ...
    • Lou Conaway

      Floor to ceiling bookshelves. My kind of farmhouse dining room!

    • Janel Palmer

      mmmhhmm , built ins right on wall by bottom of steps could replace desk and book shelves, freeing up floor space!

    • Sarah Burton

      Home library - light, floor to ceiling bookshelves and all in wood.

    • Bryn

      Farmhouse Styling ~ In study area off front door: library/floor to ceiling bookshelves, ladder, wood floor

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