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1. A leather armchair. A wingback feels particularly perfect for a study, but feel free to think outside the box...
...For example, an Eames lounge and ottoman work to create a more modern study space, and provide a good spot to kick back with an engrossing tome. Which brings us to:
2. Lots and lots of books. Old ones, new ones, a mix — it all works. Sprinkle in a few reference books. (Yes, those still exist post-Internet.) And if you haven't read all of them, we won't tell.
7. A fireplace. Whether blazing or unlit, it creates a centerpiece for the room. In colder months, pulled up close in a wingback chair, holding a snifter of cognac, reading a good book... well, it almost makes me wish for winter. Almost.
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