A window seat doubles as a cozy spot to read and a place to store toys thanks to removable storage bins below. White plantation shutters and a menswear-patterned, pinstripe Roman shade keep the kid-friendly nook sophisticated and stylish.
A Western Stoneware crock, distressed metal mounted hooks, and framed plants decorate this country breakfast nook. White shiplap walls and storage bench seating create the calm and bright framework of the design. A tasseled throw pillow add cushion and a touch of color to the space.
Linear neutral tile is paired with pebble tile floor to create a spa-worthy walk-in shower. A built-in bench provides a seat, while a nook offers storage space. Purple towels add richness and color to the room.
This window seat comes with tons of storage: drawers built in beneath the cushion and nooks just right for baskets. For an added bonus, pull off the accent pillows and the seat becomes a cozy bed. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Every inch of this small Manhattan loft is put to use, with stairs featuring built-in storage units below and a built-in nook that houses the main bath and shower. The apartment is crafted like a piece of furniture, with hidden and transforming spaces for things and people.
This breakfast nook has storage benches for seating as seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper. Decorative throw pillows feature a textured knitted finish with partial black design and tasseled corners. Dainty framed plants are fixed over the shiplap walls.
A built-in daybed is tucked in a cozy nook in this master bedroom. Comfortable striped cushions match the room's pale green walls, and built-in storage underneath provides the perfect spot to stow away your afternoon read.
Penny tile flooring from Ann Sacks provides a great size contrast to the larger subway tile look of this sleek, contemporary shower. A built-in nook allows for seating or storage, and a mounted removable shower head can easily be maneuvered in the space.
Designer Jil Sonia McDonald mixes funky patterns with unique pieces to create comfortable and eclectic dining spaces. In this one, a wide window seat offers banquette seating in a dining nook. Remove the breakfast table and its the perfect spot to sit and read. A mix of throw pillows, in orange, white and solid green, and a bold orange bench cushion animate the space, while built-in drawers offer extra storage below. An orange and white chevron throw adds the finishing touch.