We are a medium-size architecture firm located in the Upper Valley on the border of Vermont and New Hampshire. We provide custom, high-quality, sustainable design services for residential, institutional and commercial clients.
Books on the bookshelves | And stacked on the floor | Books kept in baskets | And propped by the door | Books in neat piles | And in disarray | Books tucked in closets | And books on display | Books filling crannies | And books packed in nooks | Books massed in windows | And mounded in crooks | Libraries beckon | And bookstores invite | But book-filled rooms welcome | Us back home at night! ~L.R.Knost www.littleheartsbooks.com
Just because your house is small doesn’t mean you can’t live large. Jenny Chang 01. Keep your window-to-wall ratio high. apartmenttherapy.com Large panes of glass really open up this 136 sq ft DIY Colorado Mountain Home.Bonus: Tucked under the built in desk are two stools that double as storage. 02. Install floor to ceiling bookshelves. …
I would love to have a similar library in my home. Cherry shelves from floor to ceiling and wall to wall with matching ladder, leather chairs, an interesting chandelier... and I'd tuck some curiosity cabinets between books with glass doors for specimens and fossils.