Whether you like to read, write or surf the web, you’ll probably need somewhere to snuggle up while you do it. Check out these four ideas to implement a reading nook in your bedroom.  


If you’re anticipating lots of interruptions, curtaining off an unused section of your room is a simple and low-cost way to read in peace and privacy.  

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A cute idea for your little ones: a tipi for two (or three, or four…). 

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Sometimes simple is best – like this eclectic, farmhouse nook comprised of colorful pillows and cushions. 

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If space is what you’re lacking, what about this hanging swing idea? Who says your nook has to be stationary? 

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Zakiya Kassam

Zakiya is a freelance writer/editor based out of Toronto. You can follow her on Twitter: @zakkassam

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  • Wow! really great ideas for kids reading. I think a stylish and comfortable reading nook inspires kids reading and kids feel relax reading quality time. Thanks for sharing this idea.

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