Designer Tembolat Gugkaev created this fascinating bookcase/reading light combo with help of his wife Ashlee Webb and Ryan Webb. He calls it the Wha Cabinet, referencing its question mark shape. Made mostly of MDF, the shelves are color backlit. Position it next to your sofa or favorite reading chair, and voila! It holds books and illuminates them all at the same time.
Streaming sunlight in this nook of the home makes it the perfects spot to have morning coffee and snuggle up with a good book. Plush, cushioned chairs add comfort to this nook, while large windows on the rear wall allows light to flood the space.
An bold-patterned upholstered chair creates a cozy reading area in this white bedroom. A bold blue stripe around the room ties in the blue accent pillow and curtains. A glass lamp provides soft lighting creating functional reading light.
A few steps up from the larger sitting area is a small nook that's transformed into a cozy bedroom. Whitewashed wood plank walls lighten the room, while windows help to expand the space visually. Narrow wicker tables act as nightstands and a pair of sconces hang on opposite walls for reading lights.