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  • Paul Cooper

    Kids reading corner

  • Tammy Strait @ grace uncommon

    Heavenly reading nook! Great use of a small space. Built-ins, vintage card catalogue, paneled ceiling, chandelier & window seat with cushions-great for kids study...but mirror instead of windows.

  • Booktrope Editions

    An array of "colorful, uber creative and adorable reading nooks these youngsters are lucky enough to read in" are showcased in Retreat by Random House's "Best Book Nooks for Kids."

  • Marisa Cuglietta

    library nook. Great idea for a small space

  • Morgan Miller

    Reading Nook. Great idea for kids and adults!

  • Ellen DeLoach

    Emily Ann Interiors: Dream House Ideas. Reading nook!

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