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    Decorating Ideas: Remove a Closet Door, Add Decorative Molding, Lights and a Comfy Seat with Pillows for a Unique and Special Reading Nook!

  • Brittany Rohda

    turn a closet into a reading nook. I love this idea, though I think my need of closet space will always trump my need for a reading room...

  • Jaycee Grey

    While adorable, this idea is obviously for people with bigger houses than mine. Because we have too LITTLE closet space, not extras . . . Put molding around a closet, remove the door, add lights and comfy seat with pillows to make a unique and special reading nook.

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"The kids' nook. I turned an unused closet into a great little play area for the kiddos. It takes turns as a reading nook, club house, nap area, etc. Arden loves it and she always wants me to read to her here." Such a cool idea and a great way to keep the clutter in a hidden place.