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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Can you tell me the dimensions of the reading nook?
Cool reading nook for a child
could do this under the stairs
Cosy little hideaway under the stairs
Staircase space nook bed so cute
into the perfect nook. A light color palette keeps a potentially dark little space airy and bright. Retain some of the storage capability with built-in drawers underneath for storing extra blankets and books.
Have enough bookcases already? This under-the-staircase reading nook is a snug hideaway
“under the stairs or upstairs bunk room” — bishara94
Reading Nook from Southern Living
Is the stair carpeting jute? We have some steep slippery stairs with a muddy dog, this may be great for us. Where did you find it?
reading nook and jute covered stairs LOVE THIS
under stairs reading nook and cubbies
stair rail & white stairs & runner
Redo under the stairs in the office?
good use of space under stairs
Or reclaim that under-the-stairs space to create a retreat for some hot chocolate and mystery-reading time. Now, if it just had a little curtain...
Making extra nooks through the house can be simple and life-saving when company seems piled on top of each other.
your decluttering has been so successful that you now have hardly anything to store under the stairs, why not scrap the cupboard altogether? You could have a cosy reading nook built in, shelves for books or even a compact cloakroom.
“Cute” — dunnkikong
Boor Bridges Architecture
reading nook
Cool under the stairs play area
Safe room under stairs? Don't know if that would work in house plans or not
Crawl space for the girls under stairs
Under-stair nooks. Take advantage of nooks and crannies. Kids love them because they’re just their size, and you’ll love it because it gives them somewhere to play and keeps all their stuff out of sight. A nook under the stairs is always a winner.
small, secret spaces! A nook under the stairs is a perfect place for a secret playspace...and extra toy storage as well! I'd love to hear your ideas for creating fun play spaces for your kids!
If you don't need another bathroom, why not turn the empty area under the stairs into a fun area for kids
4. Look for hidden nooksIf you don’t have a room to spare – or even if you do – find nooks your children can turn into play spaces elsewhere in the house. A hideout under the stairs can be magical for kids big and small.
“Kid secret spot” — Michelle Russo
Leslie Goodwin Photography
6 Reviews
Basement Work Space & Laundry
What were the dimensions of the desk space under the stairs?
under the stairs or in a bedroom, guest room, kitchen, basement or hallway.
a perfectly functional office under the basement stairs with built-in cabinetry and convenient open shelving to store bills and household paperwork. Save space and stay organized all under one staircase.
Use every nook and cranny. Under the stairs can prove to be an ideal spot for an L-shape desk
If you don’t have the luxury of a separate room for your home office, look for little-used nooks where a desk and some shelves could be tucked away. Under the stairs could be just the ticket.
office furnitureBuilt-in furniture is always going to make better use of your space, and never more so than in an awkward area, such as this under-stairs nook. Being able to take the desk around the corner turns it into a very useful surface, as well as offering more opportunity for storage.
“Small office” — lizajanee
Reading nook under stairway. New home of modern craftsman style, designed and built by Chris and Elizabeth Brabant. Photo taken by Laura and TJ.
size of this nook? Length and height shortest and highest point...
Hello. I am a french journalist working for the magazine Vie Pratique Feminin. I am writting an article on decoration and I really like the picture with the reading nook under the stair. I would like
Hi, I'm over in the UK. My house has a similar area and I love the idea of a reading nook. I don't know what the best method is for the base, try to find a unit which fits or get a carpenter in to construct something. Any suggestions will
cozy reading nook under stairs - interesting - check if possible
“Reading nook under stairs” — ekipling
Jon R. Sayler, Architect AIA PS
Nook below stair: ideal (window optional)
Window seat under stairs w/ interestingly window
like the window nice fKE LOOK BOTTOM OF STAIRS
6. Lighten things up with a windowThis crafty nook has a number of things going for it. Firstly, the fan-shaped window opens up the small space and shows of the view outside. The wall light warms up the area and makes it an ideal place to flip though a magazine or have an afternoon siesta. The daybed
“Nice idea” — scottmcgregor
Colin Cadle Photography
2 Reviews
Halls & Staircases - Devon
Seek the shadeChoose an area with plenty of shade, so you can easily escape the sun. This under-stairs nook is a cool, quiet, gently dappled spot that invites a little lazing with an absorbing book.
Make an entranceCarefully plan every detail of your courtyard, including the approach. This lower-ground floor spot is accessed by stairs, which have been designed with simple stainless steel banisters and glass for a light, modern feel. The design allows you to see the courtyard as you descend into
“Simplistic, calm setting” — Richard Cooling
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Palma Plaza
Stair detail and utilizing space used
Smart use of space for under stairs. Reading nook.
good idea for children's homework desk under stairs / in closet
use of space Cozy office nook Sliding door would hide the mess
Really different way of cupboard under stairs
office nook using space under stairs
Cool! I like this under the stairs idea - opens up the space
Under the stairs in basement idea
side of the stair is full of nice touches, such as the way the treads and risers are set as reveals in the white MDF panels (better seen in the preceding photo) and the way a small office space has been inserted below the stairs.
Mix work and playThis, admittedly decent-sized, under-stairs space is
this understair work area. This visual cue makes the change in zoning apparent as you enter and leave.More: Step Back: How to Use the Space Under Your Stairs
“desk under stairs” — cartman7410
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