Guest Picks: Cozy yet Stylish Reading Nook
I think this recycled glass jar lamp would be a pretty way to lighten up a reading corner.
These handwoven throws are just so beautiful, in both design and brilliant colors. It would make any reading nook look more inviting.
Although this chair has a high price point, I'm in love with its boxy shape and beautiful pattern.
This rustic wall lamp may not be everyone's style, but I like its unique and interesting look.
I love the classic pattern on this navy throw, and the fringe adds a cute touch of whimsy.
Not only is this piece a beauty, but I love how the seat looks deep enough to really sink into and relax.
I really admire the craftsmanship of this design. It's so elegant yet simple.
I like the color and curved shape of this leather armchair. It'd be great for a reading nook that's short on space.
The curvy shape and lines of this chair would help balance out larger or boxier pieces of furniture.
I really love the textured look of the yarn against the wooden legs on this little handmade footstool.
Pillows always help cozy up a space, and I adore this pattern.
Footstools never go unused in my house, whether they're propping up feet, holding a book or acting as a quick seat.
Small-profile recliners are hard to find, it seems, so I like the sleek look of this one.
I like the usefulness of this lamp. It's adjustable enough for reading, and the shade will provide an all-around glow (instead of a harsh spotlight).
I'm drawn to this rounded back chair. Paired with a footstool, it would make for a nice little reading spot.
I like the rustic-meets-industrial look of this stylish end table that's the perfect size for resting a book or a mug.
I like how modern and sleek these stools are, even though their history is ancient.
This is such an awesome and unique way of providing light.
I would love to get these wood state coasters personalized with a Michigan mitten.
I'm not sure how comfortable this chair would be for long-term reading, but I do love the look of bamboo. Plus, it's a rocker!Next: Book Nooks: Looking for a Warm Place to Read