14 Inspiring Reading Nook Designs

14 inspiring reading nook and corner designs for kids via lilblueboo.com


Are you considering adding a reading nook to your space or giving your current one a makeover? A reading nook can be a serene place for your child to spend time and encourages reading! Here are 14 reading nook designs for kids to inspire you.

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  1. Centsational Girl says

    Aw thanks for including me in this incredible roundup, they’re all such cozy places to catch up on reading! xo Kate

  2. says

    I had to pop over after reading the article you wrote for Artful Blogger. Love your words to live by! So true and the quote by Slyvia Plath was awesome. I just completed my craft room and seeing these reading nooks made me smile as a special place for a child to read or create is a great idea. I love blogging and creating in my Pink Paris room, so I know kids would love their own. So glad to read you are doing well as I lost my first hubby to cancer, and now my nephew is battling. I loved how you wrote about chosing JOY as life can cause some to be bitter. Keep creating. I can’t wait to see what you do next (I am loving that Mona Lisa in buttons!!)

  3. Amy says

    I love the baby in the closet, and the palette is incredibly creative, although I dare say my boys would flatten a cute design like that in under 30 seconds. I’ve found that strategically placed baskets are a great way to display/ read books; it’s easy for little fingers to rifle through and put back, and they can be rearranged throughout the house! The gorgeous nook designs are…well…GORGEOUS! : )

  4. Parenting blog says

    I love the collection of pics you put together. Lots of creative ideas make me want to do something similar in my house :)

  5. Holly says

    Thanks so much for including me in your round up!!! I love your site and it truly made my day to be featured on it!


  6. says

    Ashley, I have no idea how I missed this post. Thanks so much for including our little reading nook in the roundup. I just tweeted this post :)