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Try hanging "quieter" pieces in small, intimate spaces. They actually help draw you in since your eye can't read them from far away.

This color is very inspiring. I love the aqua/green. I want to paint my china cabinet this color and recover my chairs to match. I have slip covered chairs already, so switching them out with be easy.

Built in seating. Like the shelving around the bench.

Looks like such a great reading chair, I'd also like the dresser, love rough sawn wood

The question is whether to leave the rafters open or not (there'd be lots of nails to hide...) Just the diagonal walls, not the vertical walls. And I'd make it look a little more finished. Hm.

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.

Pillow nook/ reading room. With a big screen TV on the wall, also a cozy movie room on a rainy day.

I could enjoy many a peaceful afternoon sitting here.... (Photo Felix Forest via The Design Files)

I die for window seats... love it... to set with a cup of coffee and look out the window at the snow or on a rainy day or curl up with a good book... nice

Elegant and cozy at the same time, this built-in reading nook by Nightingale Design was pinned by Heather Peterson. | thisoldhouse.com