17,321 casual reading space Home Design Photos

Interior Changes home design
24 Reviews
lakeside guest house
tiny bedroom tucked in attic space, could share C's bathroom
Perfect reading corner!
casual reading space
reading nook
“shelf” — ntheath
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Book Nook
I have an inlet in my room like this one. I don't know where to even start with creating a space like this. Can you give me any advice. How can I get the seat in my space?
Was this space once a closet or storage area?
Curious about where this space is within the home. This is an imaginative library almost any sized home could accomplish
and re create this so I can read to my granddaughter. I just love your vision!!! Wish me luck.
What a great idea! I just removed a wet bar and was wondering what to do with the space. I'm going to show my contractor
for it. The kids will love to sit with their laptop or read a book. It will create some interest in the room too. Thank you!!!
Thanks ya'all...it was a really fun room to design with my client for her private study. It's a place where she reads to her grandchildren !
“this reading nook is deeper, allowing more sit room. I think this would be more comfortable than a” — benandjerri
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Hall Library & Reading Window
Coziness - a secret place to read and get away from it all. Private place to read and contemplate. Natural light. Bookshelves. Heavenly.
maybe a reading nook in the corner...
The way this curtain is hung feels so intimate.. I love how it feels like a reading nook. Not sure if this fits well
cushioned reading nook in bay window adjacent library
2. Reading NookMost moms would love a little more time to themselves. Set up a spot near a sunny window or bookshelf for curling up with a book. A window seat is the perfect potential reading nook. Add a shelf with some of her favorite reads, and fluff up a few pillows and blankets to make it cozy. If
“Window covering for lanies nook” — aolar
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Quiet Reading Nook
This reading nook features custom trim moulding and Australian cypress floors.
cute reading area for kids' room
Found space in an upstairs hallway now serves as a cozy reading and napping nook.
Do you have a double-door closet in your upstairs hallway? Turn it into a reading area. Loft areas and open hallways also work well as small library spaces.
12. Pop in a reading nookThis cosy spot is not only the perfect place for your daughter to snuggle up with a book, her imagination is sure to turn it into a dolls house or cubby for her friends to have tea. The bookshelf under the seat adds both colour and storage space, not to mention a little
nook may have been your very own reading spot. However, it may be time to hand it over to the kids. Swap out your novels and back issues of Vogue for picture books; giving them a comfortable place to relax will also encourage them to read. You can always sneak back in for a relaxing glass of wine after
“Love” — hercules48
San Francisco Designer Showcase 2010
Hidden reading nook. Photo by Paul Dyer
Great space! What are the dimensions of the nook?
That's right! you can see another image of it being used here: http://www.houzz.com/photos/9009018/San-Francisco-Designer-Showcase-2010-spaces-san-francisco
I would've loved just hidding in it lol not so much of reading in it
it looks like a reading nook.
It's a reading nook for kids, check out another photo of it being used here: http://www.houzz.com/photos/9009018/San-Francisco-Designer-Showcase-2010-spaces-san-francisco
It's a cozy reading nook for the kids!
We used molded plywood to create a curve similar to a skateboard ramp to create the curved seat. The felt rugs provide a comfy space to relax with a book. There is lighting integrated into the wall and the door can be opened simply by pushing it.
“Idea” — shagundoshi
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Reading Hall
Love this space! What is the flooring in this picture? It looks like a tile, but what is the material?
window seat reading nook in library.
great use of a cozy space!
on the end of pic- reading nook with bookshelf to side- cupboards underneath
Reading nook for Ashley's room where she could close the curtain off and make a cozy space
furnishes a house." –Henry Ward Beecher To a lot of people, built in bookshelves and a built in place to read define the good life. This nook is flooded with light and a few hours in this space would cure even the worst case of winter blues.
This shows how even the end of a room can be segmented for more reading privacy. Even when not in use, the curtain adds a soft, classic touch to a library. For a traditional fall/winter weight, think velvet.
“Repisas” — xgostin
Morgante Wilson Architects
7 Reviews
Colorful Elegance
I love this built-in reading oasis
Very cute reading nook for little ones.
The space or hole in the wall
This space could not possibly appeal to me more
Living rOom reading nook
Corner space use...Private time space....Kids reading space...Reading nook...The reading place...Reading corner...Cool use of space...reading niche...Nook for reading...Reading area...fill in space
“study” — Lisa Clontz
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
1 Review
reading nook looking out on backyard
Reading area in sunroom off library
step up to study space ?
Off-room reading area with natural light and kickass views.
Everyone needs a reading nook with lots of light.
Work in a window seatA great place to daydream, read or just gaze at the views, a window seat makes a lovely hideaway, particularly if, as with this reading nook, it’s accessed via steps and set slightly off the main living space.
“Wow” — Danielle Davis
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