Great wall decor above.
Speaking of non-books on the shelves... I doubt I could cram the mastiff into any of our shelves.
Sheer luxury, right? Space, lots of shelves, plenty of comfortable seating.
I doubt I could ever exercise the restraint necessary for a single item on a shelf, but it does elevate each piece, doesn't it?
Functional and utilitarian.
Another luxurious study with a wall of shelves, lounging chair, and a great rug.
This home office has Office Depot furniture, but I found it appealing. (Perhaps that praise is too faint. The desk very much reminds me of the current desk in our study. We inherited it from the previous owners, but someday I want a lovelier one.)
More like this desk. I want a beautiful, large expanse of workspace, and accommodating two chairs on either side. I love the rug, too.
Talk about accommodating plenty of people. Great shelves here, too, and beams on the ceiling. And a fireplace?!
But small can be lovely, too. I love a desk that can close and hide your mess. And live plants are always great.
Another well-organized, charming desk.
Big room, small desk. Beautiful from tray ceiling to hardwood floors.
I love library ladders, and this room is so warm.
Another library ladder, though it's at a university. I couldn't resist.
A handsome library in Manchester.
This image of shelving and a ladder is from an abandoned school. I can't believe someone hasn't broken in and stolen it all. If you've enjoyed this selection, I encourage you to pop over to everyeskimo, where she has a collection of desks. I often find that she and I are on similar wavelengths, and today is another instance.