48,674 reading nook Home Design Photos

Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Hall Library & Reading Window
Nooks to hang out and relax...
Reading nook / library with privacy curtain
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 in the living
I could read my favorite books hear!!
So I walk into a hallway filled with books, grab a few and sit at a spot with awesome reading light. Sign me up
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
around the nook for privacy (and naps).
“cozy reading nook” — musicjunquie
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Quiet Reading Nook
This reading nook features custom trim moulding and Australian cypress floors.
I have a converted closet that I would like to create like this. Do you have any suggestions how I can place the seat in my nook?
Can you tell me the dimensions of the nook?
built in nook would also allow more storage accessed from the other side
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.
Alcoves. Once upon a time, your charming hallway nook may have been your very own reading spot. However
them to read. You can always sneak back in for a relaxing glass of wine after bedtime.
“Shelf seat” — maeveot
San Francisco Designer Showcase 2010
idden reading nook. Photo by Paul Dyer
If you were in the nook how would you close the door while your in there
it looks like a reading nook.
t'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
a cozy reading nook for the kids!
That is a horrible rug, but an adorable book nook!
the reading nook, looks so compterable
It'd make a good reading space for Logan
“Cat lounge” — valgardsond
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Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Book Nook
closet-turned-nook idea! I'm trying to turn my game room into a library and we have a closet in there where I'd like to see this done. I just don't know where to start. Neither my husband nor myself are very "handy-man-ish" and we can use all the guidance we can get. I think I can get the help to actually putting
snuggle and read. There has been lots of conversation about this nook so feel free to look back at all the questions: http://www.houzz.com/photos/44751/Book-Nook-traditional-family-room-los-angeles
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 !
“I love cubbies” — addition22
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Charming Mountain Chic home on the foothills of Lookout Mountain
My very own special place to read!
second-floor reading nook. The space is the daughters' favorite in the house. “They are the ultimate critic for me: If they love the home they are growing up in, then I have succeeded,” Carter says.
second-floor reading nook. The space is the daughters' favorite in the house. “They are the ultimate critic for me: If they love the home they are growing up in, then I have succeeded,” Carter says.Rug: Pottery Barn Outlet; flags: Ikea
sitting and reading. String them up directly overhead, and they should provide enough light to read by. If not, add another strand, but don't turn on the overhead light — it will ruin the mood.Genre pick: Escape the ordinary with a novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez or another magical realist.
“Warm of lights” — 237west11th
Morgante Wilson Architects
6 Reviews
Colorful Elegance
This is a reading nook in a study area on a landing
This is another private reading nook that I really want
books under seating (and above) for reading nook
Woah this would be cool for our reading area (not these colors, but this idea)
library nook under staircase
interesting reading nook
combo In reading nook
bookshelf+reading nook
the same nook...Caroline's nook...reading nook...Nice area to read...Reading cove...reading nook so...for art nooks...the reading nook...Nice nook arsa...funky nook idea...built in book nook...Love the nook idea
“Reading knook for upstairs hallway” — jedela
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Reading Hall
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.
Curtained-off reading nook, no window needed. Here, the curtain becomes architecture.
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.
“Area behind curtains... for bedroom too?” — ryantheinvestor
Reading nook under stairway. New home of modern craftsman style, designed and built by Chris and Elizabeth Brabant. Photo taken by Laura and TJ.
of this nook? Length and height shortest and highest point...
Hello. I am a french journalist working for the magazine Vie Pratique Feminin. I am writting an article on decoration and I really like the picture with the reading nook under the stair. I would like to publish
reading corner under stairs - cool
nook under stairs W 6' x D 43.5" deep, H on left is 25.5" and on R is 59.5"
Under the stairs - reading nook
“Nook” — tslagle63
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