If you’re a lover of books I’m sure you have or would like to have a designated reading place in your home. I love the idea of reading rooms or just a spot in the home to sink into another world. If you’re not a reading fan you can check some other things to do here. In the mean time, book lover or not here are some ideas big and small for interior reading rooms.
I love this idea for a reading spot! Framing the window view by building it out with the bookshelves and adding a window seat to enjoy your book from.
A corner sofa coupled with a built in wall bookcase makes a great reading corner. Adding some colour to the seating and the wall area is sure to make it interesting.
If you’re lucky enough to have high ceilings you can utilise the height with vertical book shelves. You can have your own double stacked library within a moment’s reach.
A feature fireplace is a great area for a home reading spot. Especially on the colder winter nights.
Having a mini library centred around a little breakfast area is a nice way to start the day with your loved one.
Study Reading Rooms
A home study area filled wall to wall with books is a perfect place for creation and inspiration.
Equally you can create the same effect in a smaller space, making use of wall alcoves to fill the space.
Two bookshelves are used to make a semi private reading area. One to fill on the back wall and the other as a divider to the space.
Mini Reading Room
What would have been dead space has been turned in to a beautiful little window seat.
A cozy attic room makes a great reading getaway.
Maybe you’re books take priority over the wall space in which hanging swing chair is a great option.
Which room would you create your home reading spot in? Let me know in the comments below!
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