48,710 reading nook Home Design Photos

Brenda Olde
carey - wenham, ma
inviting reading nook. DEEP ENOUGH FOR A SINGLE BED? WHY NOT
On the main floor behind the kitchen and living room lies the focus of the addition: a deep and inviting reading nook.
Can't help but think the nook would be oh so cold in the winter time, when you want to stay in and read. Give me a good chaise any day!
reading nook! the size of a single bed. love it.
LOVE the color of accent wall and the reading nook.
“cool colors!” — laockene
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Villanova Residence - landing
little reading nook on the staircase
I live the reading nook and the bookshelf
storage and nook above staircase
reading nook top of stairs
reading nook and arch trim
Nice reading nook...Reading nook...Nook space...Reading nook...Upstairs loft/nook...Love the nook!...Up hallway nook...landing nook...reading nook
“阁楼” — dannie9008
AMDG Architects
Children's nook in Lake Michigan cottage
ren's nook in Lake Michigan cottage
Lofty nook look for girls room
built ins, nook, end of the hall?
Love this nook. Great place to do your devotional in the morning with a cup of coffee after
love the steps up to reading nook in window.. nice architecture
making the nook seem like a room
Private reading area
Reading nook...Cozy space to read...Reading area...Little nook...pretty reading nook...I love nooks....Reading spot...The reading nook...Cozy nook...reading nook...reading nook...children's nook?
“Nooks” — lennyriedl
Ike Kligerman Barkley
2 Reviews
Cozy Hallway Double Daybed Bridge
Reading nooks halfway down the hallway.
reading nooks in hallways could also sleep people?
Reading under the covers doesn't have to be confined to bedrooms — check out this inviting double-daybed setup in a hallway. Twin reading lights and a mini library make its intended purpose clear, and each daybed feels as though it's in its own private nook.
“I want a library. A comfortable place to read and relax” — Oasis Homes
Oak Hill Architects
1 Review
Holly Circle
Love this built in nook....a great hallway addition!
The perfect reading nook
Wonderful reading nook
Reading nook! Love it!
Book nook (for hobby room?)
Reading nook in dining room
Reading nook...A place to read...Perfect nook.
“all trim” — bajones80
Hunter Design
Printers Alley Loft Deck
A bed/reading room; sans bugs, rain, "visitors," Best wall color??
Have you forgotten that the bed/reading room has a door, and privacy is guaranteed without bugs, heat, rain, you name it? I'm looking for the best background/wall color with a 2 shades lighter ceiling.
A Secret place for me to curl up and read.
Secret reading nook. If what you love most is to escape with a good book, a tucked-away reading nook is what you need. In a
Reading nook with a nice breeze.
ecret reading nook. If what you love most is to escape with a good book, a tucked-away reading nook is what you need. In a corner of this garden, a cushioned bench gets extra privacy from hanging vintage shutters and vines trailing down from overhead.
“I've always wanted something like this” — Jolie Young
Margaret Donaldson Interiors
7 Reviews
Southern Living Idea House
built in reading nook. wall paper hunted window treatment
love this reading nook
nook for kids bedroom
for snap reading...reading corner...reading nook...sweet book nook...nook/ window wall...Cute reading nook!...reading nook
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Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Nesh and Yossi: Tel Aviv
Love this for a reading nook, parents retreat type space
Create a nook by installing a keyhole arch
Great nook for a small desk.
Yum! What a great reading nook. Needs a really comfy chair, though.
Keyhole arch to cordon off a small nook
Put a single wide bed/window seat here as a daytime reading nook,and then pocket doors to close
semisecret nook off the bedroom can make the space feel larger and more useful — and if you have the space and are going to do it, why not do it in style? A keyhole-shaped arch provides just a bit of separation (and plenty of mystery) while still allowing light from the window to pass into the main room.
“alcove is awesome” — harleyranger
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