By . interior. Published at Monday, August 13th, 2018 - 10:23:11 AM.
Look for Double-Duty Pieces: Invest in design elements that have a functional purpose as well as adding aesthetic value.Leave Pathways Clear: You should be able to navigate fully around the room without issue.Declutter: It sounds self-explanatory. but if there's any excess clutter laying around. it's best to clean it up.
Home libraries that double as a home study or officeAdding a desk to a home library creates a double duty space for reading and work. To add a sense of privacy. this loft's library features a glass wall and door.Why You Need to Incorporate Negative Space in Your DesignEvery design needs negative space.
Home libraries featuring a built-in daybedIf all you have to work with is one wall. add a built-in reading nook for relaxing.A small narrow room features bookcases on either side with a daybed. framed by the window with a gorgeous view.Home libraries that make the most of the spaceThis studio may be small in square feet. but it features tall ceilings that the homeowner has cleverly taken advantage of.
But don't forget to add accent lighting that lights up the shelves or washes the bookcase wall with illumination. If installing recessed lights isn't possible. consider using battery-operated LED lights and light strips.Seating: A comfortable reading chair and footstool. a bench or a built-in reading nook are all great home library ideas.