Forward of the grand foyer is a small library with a couple of easy chairs, a bookcase and a coat locker for day guests. Beyond is the owner's private lobby, which opens outboard to one of the two owner's balconies, each of which carries a small table and two chairs. The lobby also opens to the owner's stateroom, which spans the full 41 feet of Kismet's beam, and inboard to the owner's private study. This room, like many others, is finished primarily in flatpanel mahogany, rather than the usual raised and fielded panels, for a more masculine, understated theme. The panels have a satin finish and are detailed with grooves and marquetry. The study, as elsewhere, also has a significant amount of leather, but here, the cabinet faces have been sculpted to resemble the spine of an old first edition, complete with gilt tooling and leather piping, a pattern that carries around the walls of the room.