By Elvera Dobbs. interior. Published at Friday, September 07th, 2018 - 15:27:22 PM.
Floating shelves are mounted on the swing doors of this home library to maximize book space.A small and dark hallway next to the kitchen has been converted into an inviting library and lounge with some built-in bookcases and a couple of chairs.Home libraries featuring unique shelvesSquare box shelves were mounted at an angle for a unique diamond pattern design.
Let the colors that are present inform your palette for the rest of the space and do your best to mimic any particular aesthetic cues.Use open shelving to showcase your style. Include open shelvingLastly. embracing the open shelving trend will also afford you a unique opportunity to put pieces of your personality on display in your home.
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.
At its core. the word “contemporary” means “of the moment.” which makes this style particularly hard to define. Dating back to the 1970s. this style is unique because it borrows elements from many other aesthetics. In it. you can see nods to modern. traditional. art deco and even futuristic design.The other defining point of contemporary design is that it's constantly evolving.