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Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks6,495
Questions7
Contrast welt placement idea for Music Room Sofa
Floor lamp and reading area
cozy reading corner with build in storage
renovations. A reading nook is a classic use of a corner space, and with good reason. All you need is a comfy chair, good lighting and ideally a side table to hold books or a glass of wine, and you’ve got yourself a cozy corner.
bright reading nook. The black piping and nailhead trim of the chair back add a bit of drama to the set. A monogramed throw makes the seat inviting and warm.
“COLOR” — morimax
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
McMillen Residence
Ideabooks564
Questions0
I love the casual elegance of this room
Colors and comfort room
what a great reading space
nice comfy reading area
reading room...I love this room....Family room...Sitting room chairs...Guest room palette...library/book room
“Green. Colors” — dennisandnova
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Inverness Circle
Ideabooks3,453
Questions4
Coloured background in bookcase great idea to bring colour into the room
into the room with lamps and blankets.
s and decorative accents. Where to find one: The directory of interior designers on Houzz is a good starting place, where you can find designers in your area and beyond and view their portfolios. Your local chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) is also a good source. If you spot
spot a room you love when browsing Houzz photos and ideabooks, take note of the designer's name. (You'll see a link to professionals' profiles in the lower-right corner of their photos.) Some designers will work with clients who are based in other cities, though travel time and expenses can add up. Friends
“love the green walls” — bshanahan
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Tongue & Groove
9 Reviews
Stillwater Place
Ideabooks211
Questions2
of this room. It's very cozy and warm. Perhaps d if fervent furniture and windows, different fan as well.
Good colors, similar room style
Hight ceilings, the round room
Lovely reading room...Reading den...patio room...Computer room
“Chaise. Wilmington house.” — hbroder4
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Hall Library & Reading Window
Ideabooks4,942
Questions1
place to read and get away from it all. Private place to read and contemplate. Natural light. Bookshelves. Heavenly.
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
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 room - may be too heavy but I do really like it
Reading nook / library with privacy curtain
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
“Curtain in front of nook” — tea4me2day
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Book Nook
Ideabooks80,416
Questions15
in my room like this one. I don't know where to even start with creating a space like this. Can you give me any advice. How can I get the seat in my space?
What room was this closet in?
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 in the shelves, but how and where
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 !
“This but bigger!” — Brooke Andrews
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Quiet Reading Nook
Ideabooks10,858
Questions3
This reading nook features custom trim moulding and Australian cypress floors.
Fun reading spot at top is stairs!
Love the for the bunk room
Luv this idea to go in a kids room
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.
“Reading space” — 13372548
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Reading Hall
Ideabooks10,689
Questions2
This is a nice book, considering we are finishing an area/room with a window and we enjoy coffee mornings looking outside.
end of a room can be segmented 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.
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.
Close off one end of a room with
Curtained-off reading nook, no window needed. Here, the curtain becomes architecture.
“the bookshelves might have to line the hallway for stage one unless/until we create the 4th bedroom” — bluemoonbebe
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