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  • Kate Edstrom

    Kids' Room Window Seat; Or, you know, a window seat that I could enjoy an office space or something...

  • Tesla Young

    Kids room window seat comfy diy kids room crafts diy crafts crafty window seat diy project ideas stylish diy projects

  • Fiona Reid

    Kids' Room Window Seat, great for a reading corner

  • Sharon Perkins Griswold

    Kids' Room Window Seat in playroom/ bonus room

  • Lindsay Moore

    Kids' Room Window Seat. This wouldn't work in Aubrey room but maybe the play room

  • Heidi Bennett

    Kids' Room Window Seat Reading Nook

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Kid's Room Savers Maximize storage in a kid's bedroom by using every space available. Here, shallow shelves add plenty of storage to the small wall space around the windows. A window seat provides a cozy reading spot; adding cubbies below increases the room's storage potential. Fill the cubbies with bins to create a colorful and tidy corral for toys. I want to do this in grown up version

Really like the idea of a window seat. but prefer the window seat to be wider so able to stretch out comfortably

color on textiles with neutral base - - - i wonder if we could pull off curtains like that in our living room ??

even though we don't really have attics where I'm from this is a wonderful use of lighting as a focal point and this concept could be used for any small, confined space. ♥

Beautiful window seats for bedroom/playroom. Looks like it could easily be duplicated using a few Ikea Expedit shelves.

Love the window seats and the flanking built-ins

What I like about these #stairs: open feel due to window and lack of wall on side and base.

A bench seat at the window in the living and dining area. Ben Sklar for the NYT