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Chateau de Groussay, France.
walls of books, warm lighting, dark wood and a spiral staircase. perfect.
Truly Grand Home Libraries. The absolutely breathtaking library at the Château de Groussay in France. The Chateau was built in 1815 and enlarged in the late 1930s by the French aesthete Carlos de Beistegui. The library has two circular staircases stretching up to the book-lined landing, and the ceiling must be more than twenty feet in height.
Chateau de Groussay, France.- More like my dream house.
My dream library.... Chateau de Groussay, France.
Home library design ideas: Old private library | We Heart It
there's no such thing as too much green
Luxurious private library
The Historic Woodstock Inn in Vermont at Christmas. The town has an annual Wassail Weekend celebration in Woodstock, VT.
a place to dance
Libraries to dream, think, read, contemplate, marvel, wonder, ponder, solve, nap, and drift off into the abyss.
That view! I would replace the bookshelf with a bed though, so I could look out the window and read all day
It's like the library in the Beast's castle in Beauty and the Beast.
How cool would it be to have a sailboat in the library? Kids would love reading in that.
(Trinity College Library, Dublin by alcott1) Normally I'm a bit claustrophobic, but I would love to be in this library anyhow.
Love a floor to ceiling bookcase Paris by Nicole Franzen Photography, via Flickr
bookcase at Los Feliz Residence by Warren Techentin Architecture