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sarah & bendrix
Maybe it was the antique fireplace in your living room that called out to you — it was the perfect place to create a cozy reading nook and snuggle up in your favorite armchair?
Loudoun County Interior Designer
We specialize in universal and sustainable design. We believe that the interior environment should be functional, affordable, accessible, sustainable - AND attractive and welcoming!
Many master bedrooms in new homes have a small space off to the side. Add slipper chairs there to create a little reading nook.
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
a house in raanana
Here is another way of creating a bay-window effect in a modern composition. Notice how the countertop extends into the nook behind the sink, leaving plenty of rooms for herbs, sprouts and other plants.
Decorating with Vintage Renewal
Her spacious loft in Denver is devoted to living and working, with her own home often functioning as a showroom for her furniture designs. Different nooks and crannies are devoted to different activities, such as this cozy and comfortable sitting space, accented with vintage finds and the owner's own pillows
Kate Michels Landscape Design
San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2009: Edible Deck Garden
13. Café table and chairs. In a studio apartment, a café table can serve as your dining table. Later on you can still use it in a breakfast nook or move it into the garden.Tell us: What piece of furniture have you had the longest? Is there anything you let go of and wished you hadn't?
your average shed – more a cute little cottage. On a warm, sunny day, fling open the door, let the scent of garden flowers seep in and enjoy a cosy nook for reading books.
modern vintage living room and entry
Need an entryway piece that doubles as storage? Look no farther than a vintage filing cabinet. This nook works overtime using art and lighting to take your eyes away from the filing cabinet. Guests won't even notice you're repurposing an office staple.Tell us: Are you hanging onto a half-empty filing
Henry Yorke Mann architect
search to make the most of every square centimetre. There are ceiling beams galore that are more than structural; they are the makings of a few good nooks and many a cranny. The steep pitch of the roof makes way for a sleeping loft that’s cosy, but has a sense of being in a wide open space. Take a tour