I'm a big fan of the wood signs made by Oh Dier, so I was happy to see they make a "read" sign. It's recycled, hand-cut and hand-painted. They also have a scripty version in white.
We have a similar chair and ottoman in our living room that we all refer to as "The Reading Chair." Now that the kids are five and eight, it's a bit of a squish for all three of us to cuddle up with a book, but we still do it!
I'd love to get one of these for the kids and string up some twinkle lights for a magical hideaway.
Here are those lights I'd like to string up on the tipi, or around any reading area. They're so pretty.
Make your own window seat with this rolling cart that works as both a bench and a bookshelf.
This little "reader" print, by Swedish illustrator Majali, would be a sweet addition to a reading space.
I'm a bit of a nut for garlands. This felt one would add some flair to any reading nook.
It's not all about being cozy; you need a place to stash the books, too. This metal bookshelf has casters, so you or your little librarians can move it around as needed.
If there's no electrical socket near your nook, you can plug in this pendant light made from books!
If space is limited, then these bins and baskets could take the place of a bookshelf.