The library at Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire, England. The house was first built in the 1620s, but major additions were made in the 1720s, 1820s and 1890s, when the library was made. In 1887, William Eden Nesfield transformed the drawing room into a handsome, Jacobean-style library, with dark oak paneling, a fireplace with tiles by William de Morgan and an ornate plaster ceiling. The painting above the fireplace is Charles I.

The library at Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire, England. The house was first built in the 1620s, but major additions were made in the 1720s, 1820s and 1890s, when the library was made. In 1887, William Eden Nesfield transformed the drawing room into a handsome, Jacobean-style library, with dark oak paneling, a fireplace with tiles by William de Morgan and an ornate plaster ceiling. The painting above the fireplace is Charles I.

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