Well, we have a simple Hutch style... built in as if it was there from the begining, keeping the baseboard and crown moldings consistent around the piece:
And another "hutch" style, but minimal and modern enabling her Incredible Ceramic collection to Pop, and to accomodate her over-sized library of Art Books:
Then these two, in the Sedgwick Garden Library at Long Hill, to match the existing elements in the house:
...And another example of creating a comfortable reading space for the owner of this late 18th Century Georgian home in Sudbury - with the Explicit Instructions that it look as if it was there from the begining.
A Mahogany Bookshelf, with fluted stiles and rails - in the Great Room (appologies for the photo, kinda dark):
Building on the idea, one bookshelf that needs to be larger...
These are very tradionally proportioned hallway bookshelves in an elegant modern home with traditional details:
And when you have a Game Room, you gotta have a place to keep your games:
Or if you only have just a little bit of space, put in just a little bit of a bookshelf:
This is an example of one customer's idea of separating work from the rest of her life; limited space in her condo, so let's have everything set up for your work, then....
...put it all away!
Or, keep it all out where you can enjoy it in a lovely piece of furniture:
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