Updated: Jan 4, 2022
Winter is officially underway, and depending on where you live, now is the perfect time to snuggle up by the fireplace and enjoy a book by the fireplace. An in-home library can add a sense of sophistication to any home, all while providing a comfortable space to relax and unwind.
From large studies to small reading nooks, here are homes in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey with thoughtfully designed, in-home library spaces.
With a classic design that exudes grandeur and refinement, 419 East 57th Street 3C's study is both regal and inviting.
The wet bar, fireplace, and sitting area of 614 Hudson Street's library make it perfect for entertaining and enjoying intimate conversation with friends and family.
The vintage design of the reading nook at 920 Fifth Avenue #14A is as lavish and bold as it is elegant. Oversized windows flood the space with natural light.
Being that it was originally a church,1 Covenant Lane's great room includes grand cathedral ceilings, and nestled in the corner is a floor-to-ceiling shelving unit complete with a ladder.