102,126 reading lamps Home Design Photos

Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
Reading nook outdoors
luxury reading nook
“Dark and cozy” — vickitefteller
AMW Design Studio
1 Review
Brookdale Nook
blog. They come in different sizes, stick to the wall, have a hook for the plate. I'm about to hang some plates and are going to try them...after I read the reviews
read about table
“Table and chairs” — susandahl13
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Street of Dreams - Portland - 2013
Reading area top bunk sleeping bottom bunk
loft with playhouse or reading area underneath maybe with curtain
“Tianna” — luckyj0426
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Read comments for height of mantle and firebox
Love how warm this den is! Makes me want to curl up and read
“curtains” — saragriffith
Spacecrafting / Architectural Photography
9 Reviews
Exquisite Interiors in Minneapolis
guitars, built ins, small size, reading nook
Reading nook
“this is a great den or office. I love the french doors” — bighillslake
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
maybe reading nook somewhere?
reading corner
“Sitting room” — bmyc12
Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
9 Reviews
Copper Farmhouse Sink Design
hasn't been attacked with some type of strong germ-killing agent, then you, too will find this kind of sink a nightmare. On the other hand, if you read the Native Trails website's instructions to clean the sink with "mild soap and water" and think to yourself, "Soap? Why bother? I'll just rinse it
"lifetime" finish on the copper patina, so unlike most copper sinks, this one should look exactly the same as it ages. Unfortunately, if you happen to read the thread on this photo, you'll see that we have had mixed results from this company: this particular sink was actually ordered with a different pattern
“Sink” — desallefamily
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
Love the room! Do you happen to know the brand on the reading lights?
the dresser area to the left and bookshelf/storage on the right. Would take out the bottom bed and only keep the top with a couch underneath and reading light for study teen
“Kids bedroom” — Ken Anderton
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