This is ingenious. A wonderful little lofty window seat made possible by a small ladder, cushion, and even a built in shelf. This is such a thoughtful maneuver!
This harkens right back to my childhood treehouse ideal. I'm green with envy!
This nautical windowseat is the perfect spot to steal a cat nap.It provides a cozy little shelter within a large, high-ceilinged, open room.
I just had to throw this groovy conversation pit in here. I've been trying to compile conversation pit images but I'm having trouble finding a lot of them here - if you have any links to images, please let me know in the comments section!
This kitchen nook is ideal as it is only partially built in, allowing a variety of furniture arrangements around it.
This great little stolen space in a kitchen can serve as a busy mom or chef's office by day and a fabulous bar at night!
The designer here did a great job of creating a bar area out of a little cranny with a big view!
This arrangement provides a cozy way to gather for an intimate dinner party. If you have a small bladder, don't sit in the middle of the sofa piece - I learned that one at one of my favorite restaurants, Food 101!
These built ins were very carefully considered. The full size bed is tuckedn in a nook so as not to distract anyone using the desk. Likewise, when you want a bedroom feel, the desk can be transformed into a bedside table.
I would be comfy as a bug in a rug in this lovely sleeping loft.
This is a wonderful little workspace that is up above potential distractions. There isn't even enough room up here for a second person to come up and bother the little worker bee!
This workspace is tucked away in a boat-like space.
This tidy work area is makes great use out of a tiny space that could have easily been wasted.
More windowseat love...
...and more windowseat love!