Just beneath the stairs, a renovated closet becomes the perfect place to read and relax. Plush pillows keep the space cozy and comfortable, while shelves below help the books stay organized and out of harm's way.
What was once a double wall closet in the mezzanine hallway at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase is now a multifunctional nook for the adjacent bedroom and. Designer Lois Vinsel added maple cabinetry and a handy sink for filling the coffeepot for the morning cup of joe.
Natural light illuminates this clean and simple boy's closet and reading nook with blue walls. A green striped pull-up curtain adds a colored design matched by green plaid ties hanging from the necks of the moose head and antelope head wall fixtures. A pair of metal grate chairs sit under the wall decor outside the window seat.
This French B&B style bedroom is adorned with toile fabrics, vintage furniture and crown molding details. A dresser was moved into the closet space painted a dark blue hue to add depth to the space, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation.
The homeowners needed plenty of storage in their new addition, so designers took the opportunity to put storage wherever possible. The created an arched TV niche for a visual anchor point to the space, but it also has a storage closet behind it. On either side of the TV niche, nook areas took double duty-the right nook serves as an eating nook and game table, while the left nook is a craft table and a wet bar.
The hideaway Murphy bed in this urban living space is both practical and stylish. A custom closet with recessed lighting creates a dramatic feel, and clean lines give the sleeping nook a boutique hotel vibe.
In this tiny, but oh-so-chic sleeping loft, a small nook provided the perfect space for a closet, big enough to fit a standard suitcase, a few shelves and hanging room. A little bedside ledge makes a landing pad for a vase of flowers.
Virtually any bedroom nook can be turned into your own walk-in closet. HGTV fan CvilleJanice turned some extra space located off the master bedroom into a high-end walk-in closet by adding custom floor-to-ceiling wooden built-ins. The combination of shelves, racks, cabinets and drawers offers an abundance of storage that would typically be unimaginable in such a small space.
Removing a wall and storage closet opened up the space providing a clear view to the dining room and leaving space for the addition of a large kitchen peninsula and plenty of lower-cabinet storage. A small pass-through window opens onto a newly updated breakfast nook.
A chrome-and-glass desk is accented by eye-catching fuschia flower decor while a flokati rug adds texture to the space. The closet doubles as a reading nook with a tufted leather love seat and metallic wallpaper making the home office have a more playful tone.
Strategically placed adjustable wall shelves from Organized Living's freedomRail home organization system take advantage of every nook and corner of an odd-shaped closet to provide smart, organized toy storage. Stacks of games and larger toys sit on designated shelves, while labeled pull-out bins on other shelves store collections of smaller toys.
This contemporary office combines style, comfort and function. A chrome and glass desk takes center stage, while a flokati rug adds softness to the space. The closet is transformed into a reading nook with a tufted leather loveseat and stunning metallic wallpaper, as seen on HGTV's The High Low Project.