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  • Sasha Gray

    A whole ton of kids reading nooks. For the window seat in the basement. Add shelves inside...

  • beezyB

    reading corner

  • Sara Schaecher

    Book Nooks and Reading Spots

  • Elysia Lebedoff

    Love the idea of creating your own window seat using book shelves on either side of a window, and building a seat using one on it's side!!

  • Minda Owen

    Kids room Book shelves

  • Dani Leholm

    A whole ton of kids reading nooks. I especially love the concept of storing picture books with covers facing out, not spines. Easier for a by herminia

  • books and The City

    reading spot, reading nook

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