Tucked away in the woods of Upstate New York, the Library Cabin gives book lovers a whole house to enjoy their latest find. Serving as both a guesthouse and library, the black-clad cottage is truly a labor of love. The interior walls are made from oak trees that were removed during the construction of the primary residence. After drying for several years, the timber was then able to be sawn into rectangular logs and stacked unevenly to create nooks in the walls for storing books. Between the rows of shelves, a pair of large windows flood the interior with natural light, while also providing cozy views of the surrounding forest.