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A set of bookshelves in a hallway may be attractive, and conserve space, although we need to decide if we use natural wood or other color.
Nice clean design of the white built-in bookshelves
Ladders are not needed to access books.
Its fine to have bookshelves in hallways or other spaces.
These are a lot like the built-in bookshelves presently in my study (built by Cardinal Cabinetworks) but without the moulding (which seems excessive).
If not white bookshelves, I like these colors as well.
I like the clean lines and spacious windows. The window seat is very inviting.
While anyone can get a painting of Marilyn Monroe, if a view of the Chrysler building can be squeezed in, Rowena and I would be ecstatic.
Too corporate but the view of NYC would work well.
If not the Chrysler building, then a view of the SF Bay would be great!
I don't like the colors but I like the lines. A real study is going to be far more busy than this, something like that of William F. Buckley Jr. See next.
Ahh, the personal study of William F. Buckley Jr. Whatever one thinks about his politics, you have to love his personal study.
Personal "study" of Keith Richards. The intersection of his and Buckley's card catalog = the null set? But Buckley was a big anglophile, so who knows. Hard to say what KR was a "phile" of. Probably never got no satisfaction, though he looks content here - makes one wonder what is in the bottles on the desk, and what is behind the full curtain....
Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves = good. Probably don't need the ladder. Not sure about wood versus other color.
Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves have a nice color. Interesting floor. Would need rugs to dampen the sound.
lots of bookshelves, but like many in this ideabook, is too sterile.
Nice airy space but a vaulted ceiling is not essential.