Home Library Design. Home Library Design. 37 Home Library Design Ideas With a Jay-Dropping Visual and Cultural Effect. Probably the most “sacred” room of the entire crib, the home library combines relaxation with personal growth and completes the genuine atmosphere of a modern residence or apartment.
As a tribute to these contemporary indoor oases, we put together a post with 37 beautiful home libraries, bearing within knowledge and acting as a refuge from the hectic lifestyle characterizing big cities. There are many ideas from the photos below we find inspiring, starting with the circular bookshelves in the shape of an indoor dome, the attic room library or the suspended above-the-stairs shelving system. The fireplace bookshelf is also an intriguing and daring idea, provided it is never left unsupervised. We also love reading nooks and window seats surrounded by books, which make for great relaxations spots. Depending on the features of each home, a library can be extended horizontally or vertically.
30 Classic Home Library Design Ideas Imposing Style. “A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.
The man who never reads lives only one.” ― George R.R. Bookshelf as Room Focus in Interior Design. If you have been following us since September, you will remember some rather odd bookshelves we have featured here before at Home-Designing.
Rather than going in the ‘odd’ direction this time, we lay more emphasis on how shelves can effectively become the focus of the room. The collections shown below are from two Italian makers: Mobilieffe & Mazzali The rest are from Mazzali [tags] bookshelf, bookshelves, wooden bookshelves, ikea bookshelves, bookshelf pictures, pictures of bookshelfs, bookshelf interior design, bookshelf designs[/tags]
A Bookworm's Dream: The Bookshelf Tower. Although this bookshelf staircase is not functional as a living space, let alone for reading purposes, it is a pretty clever space-saving solution.
Even the speed reading bookworms would have trouble reaching enlightenment living in this enclosed structure- albeit housing an impressively accessible 6,000 books! But just for fun, let us observe Rintala Eggertsson’s ‘Ark’, which was built for a Small Spaces exhibition right inside of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Nothing short of a small architectural wonder well worth the peekâ€¦ Here is a walk through of the tower. Rintala Eggertsson ‘Ark’ – tour of the book tower from Architects Build Small Spaces on Vimeo. Bookshelf Fantasy. Reading Corners. Library Designs. [showcased] books being scattered’.
This interesting thread gave designers several options to play around with, and as you would expect from a community of talented people, there were quite a few cool entries. Here are a few that caught our attention. This must be fun! For the full set, visit the contest thread here. Reading Spaces. Living Rooms That Sport A Book Collection. Rendering Competition Winners. Library Inspiration. This beautiful, victorian-inspired library designed by Viktor Fretyan placed second in the competition, and is my favorite rendering out of them all.
This modern rendering by Jeffrey Faranial placed first in the competition. Home Library Design. Bienvenue au Modular Café à Beijing - Spanky Few. Aujourd’hui, petite incursion à Beijing, au Modular Café.
The Vertical Home Library. When designer Sallie Trout found that there was some wasted space on the staircase of her project The Jackalope Ranch, she had the reaction many book lovers have with available space: “I can put books there!”
Problem was…it’s a tall, skinny space that’s hard to access. That is unless you figure out some way to access it from above and lower yourself down. Which, of course is what she did. That’s a bosun’s chair, a common way for construction workers to access high locations and which was originally developed for working on ships, suspended by a rope and pulley. You can get an even better sense from this overhead shot. It just goes to remind us that books can be so….uplifting. (The rest of the house is pretty cool too. Sign up for our newsletter to have the best of Book Riot delivered straight to your inbox every week. Living with Books.
Des bibliothèques aussi belles que pratiques ! Read Bookshelves At NK Stockholm. Bookshelf Porn. Read More Books Than Blogs. D’Espresso Coffee Shop – New York. Located near Grand Central Station in New York, D’Espresso attracted a lot of media attention for its unique interior design.
Inspired by the nearby Bryant Park Library, Manhattan based nemaworkshop designed the interior to look like a library turned on its side. The floor, ceiling and one side of the wall are lined with tiles with full size photograph of books. One of the walls is covered with herringbone-patterned oak flooring while the opposite wall has lights sticking out from the side to look like the ceiling. The owner Eugene Kagansky spent $500,000 to create the imaginative interior of this 500-square-foot coffee shop. Reading Corners. Surreal Bookshelves by Saba Italia. Las librerias nunca son suficientes............... Minimalist House With Open Library. This expressive modern home in Zurich, Switzerland sits on a lot at angle.
To maximize the use of lot space, architect Philippe Stuebi designed the house with an open corn library that occupies two floors. Unique Home Libraries. A home library is a special place for reading and relaxation. There is nothing like a wall of well organized book shelves. Comment ranger ses livres ? Les étagères - Je veille, tu veilles, il (elle) veille... de la veille documentaire à la veillée de contes ...
I want that library. (Source: mrharristweed, via bookshelfporn) fromscandinaviawithlove: A home in Malmö, Sweden.Photo from the real estate agency Mäklarhuset. fromscandinaviawithlove: simpledesks: Surrounded by Shelves:Original source: Skeppsholmen, via HIYDHO. Books and hooks. Pin by Virginie Bichet on Bureaux de blogueuses. Stairway bookcase. Interior / Exterior Design. House & Decorating Ideas. Pin by Chelly Picone on desire. design. decorate. Invisible book shelves. Pin by clio kuki on books everywhere.
A bookcase made of books. Une bibliothèque sur mesure par amour des livres. Pour la journée internationale des livres, et si vous mettiez vos ouvrages en valeur? Si les liseuses numériques et e-book ont de beaux jours devant eux, les bibliothèques restent des éléments décoratifs ou architecturaux de premier ordre. Ils structurent l’espace, apportent de la couleur et de la chaleur à la pièce. L’avantage des bibliothèques est qu’elles peuvent se loger dans des petits espaces pour les optimiser. Faire réaliser des étagères sur mesure sous un escalier est un budget raisonnable au vu du plaisir que vous aurez à avoir vos livres sous la main. De la même manière, aménager une montée d’escalier permet dans une faible profondeur de gagner de gagner un bel espace de rangement.
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