(More) Sublime Libraries

Ralph Lauren's Brook Street collection. Love a library that matches the decor. {Via Ralph Lauren and Habitually Chic}

Another Ralph Lauren library, this time from the recently released One Fifth collection. A touch too gold for me, but still decidedly glamorous. {Via Ralph Lauren}

The enviable walk-through library of Carrie and Mr Big in Sex and the City 2. This was my favourite room in their much-blogged-about residence. It not only offered an elegant, aesthetically beautiful space in which to showcase Carrie's books, it also provided a clever little hall to link the entrance and their bedroom. {Via Elle Decor}

Another ingenious home that uses a library as a lovely entrance. When this exquisite little cottage in Melbourne's South Yarra went up for sale, it was immediately snapped up by a stylish bibliophile. The image below shows the black front door that leads from the street straight to the library, and the floor plan is below that.

The artful library of French interior designer Frederic Mechiche's townhouse in Paris. Superbe! {Via Marie Claire Maison}

A beautifully designed New York library by the incredibly talented team of Roman & Williams.  One of my all-time favourite libraries. {Via Greige and Roman & Williams}

The handsome country house library in Badgley Mischka's Kentucky getaway.  {Via Elle Decor}

The sleek, modern library of French designer Christian Liaigre. {Via Maison–Christian Liaigre by Herbert Ypma}

The dignified library in the bedroom of the late Bill Blass's Connecticut residence.  {Via At Home With Books}

The white library of Stephen Shubel's restored 1906 fisherman's cottage in the coastal village of Sausalito near San Francisco. This house has been around for more than a decade, and yet it hasn't dated. Timeless black and white – don't you love it? {Via stephenshubeldesign.com}

The beautifully detailed two-storey suite of the City Club hotel in New York. Designed by Jeffrey Bilhuber, this incredible hotel room has its own soaring library. But it might be difficult reaching for a book... {Via City Club Hotel New York}

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