48,713 reading nook Home Design Photos

Michelle Jamieson Interiors / New England Style
3 Reviews
Custom Window Seat Cushion, Valance with Buttons & Pillow
Ideabooks289
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bookshelf, reading bench
Reading nook
love the little nook-library
little reading nook.
“bookcases on the side” — Kristi Koures
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Nick Deaver Architect
5 Reviews
Illumination
Ideabooks132
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cozy reading nook
Izzy's reading nook.
reading nook...window nook...Little reading nook
“cozy reading nook” — senr1
Murals and more by Patrice
13 Reviews
Sunset Nursery -EMC2 Interiors - NYC
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Reading nook
love the little nook .
reading nook- cushion & canopy
reading nook...girls reading nook
“the mural is beautiful” — victoriaflorentine1
Rodriguez Studio Architecture PC
6 Reviews
Convertible room
Ideabooks198
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flawless reading nook!
Perfect reading nook
reading nook
“A flawless reading nook!” — Cynthia Rena
Kathryn Long, ASID
9 Reviews
Lake Toxaway
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space. Reading alcove close to windows for natural light. Free-standing storage piece contains all the books, papers,
reading,games nook. quiet secluded. love walls, cases
great creation of a nook with the
Reading nook...Library nook...Reading room :)...Corner book nook...bookshelf nook...Cool reading loft
“Loft” — harikarthik
Benco Construction
4 Reviews
Sims Road
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11. Create a serene lounging nook using stuff you already have. Don’t toss away that old twin bed. Place it lengthwise against a wall, cover it with fresh white linens and call it a daybed. Create symmetry with matching bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your
great like reading, sleeping nook. Looks like a fairly easy DYI project.
Create a serene lounging nook using
Create a serene lounging nook using stuff you already have. Don’t toss away that old twin bed. Place it lengthwise against a wall, cover it with fresh white linens and call it a daybed. Create
11. Create a serene lounging nook using stuff you already have. Don’t toss away that old twin bed. Place it lengthwise against a wall, cover it with fresh white linens and call it a daybed. Create symmetry with matching bookcases, lamps or tables flanking the daybed — shop your house
“quarto com saleta” — kambim
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Lezlee Cheek
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looks comfy, nice place to read
Reading nook; outdoor bed; artificial wall
outdoor reading nook could become the best spot in or out of the house. With the addition of some pillows, the old bed could function as a couch as well.
outdoor reading nook could become the best spot in or out of the house. With the addition of some pillows, the old bed could function as a couch as well. More:10 Secrets to a Stunning Outdoor Room5-Day Outdoor Makeover
“Iron day bed with ends, no back” — marybethal
decordemon
DIY Project: Book Page Wallcovering
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Literary license. Do you have a favorite author or book? Do more than just read it — wallpaper with it! Buy a used copy of your favorite tome and use the pages to cover the walls of a cozy book nook.
than just read it — wallpaper with it! Buy a used copy of your favorite tome and use the pages to cover the walls of a cozy book nook.
Buy extra favorite book and tear out the pages and use them to paper your book nook!
offices or reading nooks? Yes, please. For my own little typographyfest, I chose a bachelor's attic which is used for quiet escapes. I'll tell you what would have made it even quieter: Having a handyman come fix the extremely loud squeaks from the old floor boards.
than just read it — wallpaper with it! Buy a used copy of your favorite tome and use the pages to cover the walls of a cozy book nook.
“Wall for grandma and Pop!” — annmarie6
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