10 Dreamy Reading Nooks

Readers are dreamers.

We dream about the great stories we´ve read and the ones that have yet to be written. We dream about the adventures we´ll probably never go on and the places we long to visit.

And then we dream some more.

We imagine ourselves locked in a bookstore and smelling and feeling all the books we´d love to have. We dream of having our own personal library filled with all sorts of printed treasures.

But that´s just the problem. For most of us readers – our dreams remain dreams.

That is, unless someday we turn into Disney´s Belle.

 

That´s fancy day dreaming for you. Or, should I say – for us readers.

Since we can´t be Belle from Beauty and the Beast and we also can´t live in a bookstore or library ( although, I believe it should be allowed to have sleepovers in bookstores ), us normal foot folk opt for something that´s more realistic. Something that comes close to a library or a bookstore for readers.

Reading nooks.

Reading nooks are a readers own little private reading spaces where we can curl up with a good book and surround ourselves with all sorts of coziness and… books!

Okay. Okay. Reading nooks aren´t the Bodleian library and they´re certainly not our favorite bookshops. But they´re cute. They´re costumized and they belong to us! A huge bonus about book nooks are: they´re at home. Readers can get comfortable in lounge wear and just plop down with a nice cup of tea / cocoa / coffee and don´t have to worry about having to put a book down when nature calls. That, alone, beats everything else!

 

So, why don´t us readers all have a book nook? And, why don´t I have one? Clearly, they´re not that hard to set up. And thankfully, the internet is filled with beautiful book nook inspirations for us to copy and transform our reading nook – less rooms into stunning Pinterest worthy reading heavens!

 

Alas. Here are the 10 most dreamy reading nooks that will have a readers heart beating wildly!

 

 

Simple Style

Not particularly child friendly ( unless for teenagers ) with the white and beige but still a cute eye catcher.

Am I the only one who can visualize the future chocolate smears all over that nook?

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The Wooden Dream

A rustic niche with floor to ceiling wood work. This reading nook gives off a super cozy vibe with it´s soft lighting. All that´s missing is a miniature fireplace.

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Reading Nook / Floor

Wide, open space with a beautiful view outside. Books left and right with a built-in bench and a ladder. 

It´s definitely the ladder that does it for me.

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A Feminine Reading Nook

Women don´t need a library. We need a tiny corner, a bookshelf and a cushioned seat placed between windows. I can literally feel the coziness just by looking at that chair. Very lovely and homey.

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A Small Person´s Nightmare

Or perhaps a small person´s dream? Thank goodness for the little footstep or else anything below 5`2 would never be able to enjoy this charming piece of reading heaven.

A definite winner for me: the extra lighting.

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A Door-slide Entrance

It doesn´t get any simpler than with this plain yet stunning reading nook. 2 over – door book shelves, 2 shabby chic slide doors and a fluffy white heaven on the other side. Do readers need anything else? Well, maybe more bookshelves…..
Personally, if that belonged to me then I´d never leave the house.

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An Invitation To Relax

The wooden frame gives this spacious reading nook it´s magical appearance. Pros: A reader has room to stretch and can take full advantage of the natural light from the windows. Con: The lamp.

When you have space to move you can get into more comfortable positions and easy fall asleep. A never ending beautiful book battle.

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Old School Reading Nook

This definitely looks like something I´d find at my parent´s house. Comforting and functional with drapes. 

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A Bohemian Fort

Super simple. Super stylish. Super inexpensive. This beautiful reading nook shows you don´t need to have a picture perfect reading nook.

My personal favorite. I might never be able to stand again but if that´s the price I´d have pay for being able to read in this beautiful piece of artful mess then so be it.

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Functional Perfection

Rumor has it that we spend 1.5 years of our lives in the bathroom.The average person goes 6 times a day! An avid reader reads as much as they can.  The damage this book nook / book toilet nook is able to do….. Readers might suffer from having a permanent ring on their backsides.

I don´t care what negative opinions people have over this. There´s no ignoring the fact that this person is a genius. Whoever came up with this brilliant idea needs to be given a hug. Books and a toilet. What more can a reader ask for? A dream come true.

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Thank you for checking out the 10 dreamy reading nooks!

Which reading nook is your favorite? Let´s chat about book nooks. 

 

Much love,

Morgana ❤

 

 

 

 

 

9 thoughts on “10 Dreamy Reading Nooks

  1. The last one scares me lol. In an earthquake all those books would topple onto me. Although death by book seems like a decent way for a bookworm to go… She died doing what she loved: shitting and reading lmao. I have serious book nook envy lol.

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  2. The feminine reading nook is my dream book space! I’ve slowly been transitioning a corner in my room to look a little more like a reading nook. 💓

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    1. Good choice 🙂 I´d take all of them ( except for the white white one ). One for each room 🙂 Ooooh, I love it when readers get creative! Will you be posting pics from your soon to be reading nook? xx

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