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  • Julian Reid

    #windowseat Little window seat for reading and dreaming and watching the world go by!

  • Celeste Figliola

    Reading corner. I love window seats. and those flat cushions. love the integral bookshelf

  • Danielle Hampton

    window seat....definitely want a window seat in my dream house!

  • Mum's Lounge

    Reading Nook Styling Ideas #readingnook #relax #decor #styling

  • Kelsi Conroy

    love this book nook and shelf detail. A lovely place to #interior ideas #decoracao de casas #home interior decorators| http://architectureinteriordesign611.blogspot.com

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