For book worms, heaven might actually be a place on Earth.
“Hemmelig Rom,” which translates to the “Secret Room” in Norwegian, is a guest house for photographer Jason Koxvold’s vacation home in upstate New York. The single-room cabin, completed in 2015, is lined with more than 1,000 books, inviting visitors to immerse themselves in a cozy reading experience.
While the cabin is secluded, it’s really not so “secret” now, as it’s recently attracted the attention of several media outlets.
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(Image credit: Jason Koxvold via Dezeen) Located in upstate New York, this one-room library-slash-guest house is exactly where we want to spend the chillier months, curled up with a book and a mug of something steamy. READ MORE »
The minimalist cabin in New York was built by Jason and Suzanne Koxvold in the garden of their holiday home. It comes with a double bed but it also doubles up as a library.