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Yes... can totally picture this in the middle of the mountains, facing a river, or a lake... far away from people and stress... I could live like that...

love the plant cluster and the light

there is just something about this space...maybe my cottage in the woods for a getaway...when I'm rich & famous...

white + wood Loving this whole room!!! Especially the wood couches so different and funky

I want a secret passageway like this one. I would hide away in there with all my books...my idea of heaven!!

NY home of literary agent Lynn Nesbit from Elle Decor, written by Julia Reed, photographed by William Waldron. The shelving, ladder, and lamps in the library are custom made, the mahogany table is by Rose Tarlow Melrose House, and the chairs are English Regency. There are actually two tables that can be pushed together lengthwise for dinner parties. Design by Courtney Coleman and Bill Brockschmidt (Coleman had done freelance work for Rose Tarlow).

Love books and this is a great bookshelf idea...reminds me of old time libraries a bit with the ladder.

Two Story Library This was another "what if" moment... When this sunken library was in construction, I looked up and said "What if we did a catwalk around the room?"... This is the result- a rich wood-paneled two story library with a reading niche on the second level. The stained and scored concrete features a sharp navigational star design in the middle... -Design by Champagne Chic Interiors

AMAZING ceiling, lantern, neutral color scheme... absolutely FABULOUS space

National Geographic Society’s Explorer-in-Residence Wade Davis called on architect and designer Travis Price to construct his very own personal at-home workspace in Washington, DC.

If you are a woman and wear a size 5 shoe or smaller I think you’ll be alright here. Sorry everyone else! You don’t get to go upstairs.