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The tree is cheap, brown tissue paper glued to the wall using Elmer's school glue. The shelves are melamine from Ikea sprayedbrown using Krylon plastic paint. The leaves are cut from a Junie B. Jones book. The cocoon is from Ikea as well.

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A cozy nook under a beautiful staircase

Cozy window nook-great for reading! I've seen the pins with closet reading nooks, which are great, but I just love reading in natural light. Maybe it's because it helps me stay awake :) but also it just puts me in a good mood.

seriously cute idea for kids playroom. if ours wasn't right at the front of the house I'd have a crack at constructing this. with zero building experience not sure i would to attempt a mess near our home entrance. pity. nice idea.

sleepover room!...i would flip out if i had this as a kid. i probably still would.

We'd probably keep looking up from our books to take in this breathtaking view... #reading

This is very 'Tiny House'! Could be the bed nook! Love this tucked-in reading nook with its offering of many books within an arm's reach.

I love bay windows with benches built in... Had one in my room growing up and you could lift the pad up and it opened like a chest for more storage

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