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Inspired Kids Rooms: Hidden Nooks

What child wouldn’t enjoy having a space all to herself? These 10 imaginative nooks and niches are perfect for kids to read, nap or simply daydream. You might even covet one for yourself.

Click through to see more inventive spaces!

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  • Under Stairs 1 of 10
    Under Stairs
    A nook under the stairs.
  • Bunk Bed Cubbies 2 of 10
    Bunk Bed Cubbies
    Each of these bunk bed cubbies in a shared kids' room feature a curtain that can be drawn for privacy.
  • Reading Nook 3 of 10
    Reading Nook
    A wide bottom shelf creates a perfect little reading nook in this space.
  • Trundle Bed 4 of 10
    Trundle Bed
    This built-in makes the most of available space with a trundle bed.
  • Armoire 5 of 10
    Armoire
    An armoire serves as the entrance to this C.S. Lewis-inspired hidden nook.
  • Colorful Nook 6 of 10
    Colorful Nook
    The colorful nook in this girl's bedroom offers a cozy escape.
  • Utilizes Space 7 of 10
    Utilizes Space
    This child's bedroom makes the most of difficult space.
  • Pivoting Bookshelf 8 of 10
    Pivoting Bookshelf
    Every child dreams of a secret space like this reading nook, hidden behind a pivoting bookshelf.
  • Child’s Dream 9 of 10
    Child's Dream
    Every child's dream.
  • Coral Cubby 10 of 10
    Coral Cubby
    A lovely coral cubby.

Bunk bed cubbies

Colorful nook

Armoire

Bottom shelf

Trundle bed

Utilizing space

Under stairs

Child’s dream

 

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