Isn't this a beautiful home #library! It “makes vague reference to the classical Ionic order,” Katherine Newman says of the library in a postmodern Toronto house she designed with architectural designer/builder Peter Cebulak. The room’s finely carved capitals are complemented by a great number of noteworthy antiques, among them a circa 1790 satinwood worktable. #books #reading
“I wanted to have a library that doubled as a dining room, where I could be surrounded by the books I love,” says best-selling author and historian Barbara Goldsmith, who hired interior designer Mica Ertegün to update and decorate her Park Avenue apartment.
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