That large home library room is located in the architecture prize-winning residence in Costa Rica. The house is situated on the sea shore and has beautiful views through the large windows in the home library.
Design: Gianni Botsford
Photography: Christian Richters
|Linking of home library space to living room|
This home library is visually linked to the living room space, at the same time remaining cozy library with its own atmosphere. Coastal artifacts and salvaged materials make the home library unique and inspiring.
|Old private library|
Chateau de Groussay is a private library, built in 1815 and is located in Montfort-l’Amaury in France. The private library was by the duchesse de Charest, a daughter of Louise Elisabeth de Croy-Havre, the governess of the royal enfants de France of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, marquise de Tourzel.
|Traditional home library design|
This traditional home library design is filled with rich wood and leather furniture. The red Venetian plaster on the walls complement the located in front of the fireplace dark red chaise and the custom ceiling antique map.
Design: Jennifer Duneier