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Contemporary Living Room
Ideabooks6,257
Questions7
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.
“Contrast welt placement idea for Music Room Sofa” — jenmp
Frederick + Frederick Architects
3 Reviews
McMillen Residence
Ideabooks559
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
“Color and chairs” — Krysta McNaughton
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Inverness Circle
Ideabooks3,450
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
“colour & bookshelves arrangement” — kui16
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
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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
Ideabooks4,905
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
off my room, I want one of these!
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
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
“cozy reading nook” — musicjunquie
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Book Nook
Ideabooks79,702
Questions14
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 !
“I want this” — samyoung613
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Quiet Reading Nook
Ideabooks10,796
Questions3
This reading nook features custom trim moulding and Australian cypress floors.
Luv this idea to go in a kids room
Fun reading spot at top is stairs!
Love the for the bunk 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.
“Maybe in rec area?” — vickic1660
Harrell Remodeling
5 Reviews
Reading Hall
Ideabooks10,651
Questions2
This is a nice book, considering we are finishing an area/room with a window
entry room with the fireplace and porch access.
on the end of pic- reading nook with bookshelf to side- cupboards underneath
Reading nook for Ashley's room where she could close the curtain off and make a cozy space
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.
“Area behind curtains... for bedroom too?” — ryantheinvestor
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