A cozy club chair and ottoman carve out this bedroom's reading nook, where two batik prints by artist Chariklia Zarris draw the eye. Pompon-like blooms lend a graphic punch and complement the soft floral theme of the children's bedroom.
This nook was created by leaving a space between the wall and bookshelf. The space was then filled with a green and white patterned beanbag, custom accessories floating overhead, and model horses. Custom wood wall letters spelling "think" encourage creativity and exploration.
In one corner of the space, designers created a reading nook for this little girl to curl up with her dolls and read her favorite fairy tale. With a cozy reading chair and black, wire baskets at the perfect height for a little girl, books are easily reachable, giving her open access to any book in her collection.
This living room, featured on HGTV's Property Brothers, is decorated with a mirrored end table, modern style chair and a grouping of framed photos on the wall. A metallic lamp with drum shade provides the illumination.
To create a kids' nook that complements the living room design, modern chairs with durable, ribbed fabric were brought in along with a modern coffee table and an easily accessible library of kids' books.
As seen on HGTV Design Star, Kellie Clements takes on the weird nook under the stairs in the bonus room. Since there's only one window in the space, she designs a stylish seating and reading area around it to encourage people to get to the natural light. Judge Vern Yip considers this is a phenomenal room, saying, "Just because you have a small space doesn't mean you can't do big design." The square green cushions provide unique seating and a great touch of color.
Once he's done with homework, the kiddo can grab a book and curl up in this cool bubble chair! The designers added white and silver upholstered “pixels” to protect the walls and give the corner a video-game feel. The Warhol-inspired art makes a fun addition as well.
A cozy living room sits just outside the open kitchen space in this renovated midcentury modern home. The L-shaped layout of the room creates a small bonus space that works well as a reading nook. An Eames recliner chair and vertical bookshelves make the space functional without taking up too much room.