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25 Cute and Cozy Kids' Reading Nooks

Now that school is almost in session, it’s a great time to start making plans for that reading nook you’ve been wanting to get to. Making a designated reading space helps kids wind down from all the other fun distractions around. Start by sectioning off a space with a curtain, canopy or bookcase. Add some pillows and cushions to make it extra comfy. Check out the many ways these families have created a special reading space for their kids in these 25 Cute and Cozy Kids’ Reading Nooks…

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  • Sweet and Simple 1 of 25
    Sweet and Simple
    Set up a reading nook with floor cushions and make it extra personal with touches like bunting and framed pictures.
    Find out more at Smallesthings.
  • Keepin’ It Cozy 2 of 25
    Keepin' It Cozy
    Basically, the cozier the better for a reading nook, even if it is in the middle of the room.
    Spotted at 3 Suisses.
  • Filled With Color 3 of 25
    Filled With Color
    Keep a reading nook vibrant with colors and patterns.
    Spotted at Apartment Therapy.
  • In a Teepee 4 of 25
    In a Teepee
    Make a teepee at the end of the bed to make a cute reading nook.
    Spotted at Houzz.
  • Where the Wild Things Are 5 of 25
    Where the Wild Things Are
    Make your reading nook very homemade with a hand sewn tent and cardboard clouds.
    Spotted at Booooooom.
  • The Ultimate Nook 6 of 25
    The Ultimate Nook
    How much do you want to crawl inside?
    Find out more at …Pynt.
  • Simple Reading Nook 7 of 25
    Simple Reading Nook
    All you need are some pillows and a mini daybed to make this comfortable space.
    Spotted at The Happy Home.
  • In a Closet 8 of 25
    In a Closet
    Take the doors off a closet and use it to convert into a cozy reading nook.
    Find out more at Little Hell Raiser .
  • Hanging Flowers 9 of 25
    Hanging Flowers
    If you have a canopy, consider hanging flowers upside down into it for an enchanted space.
    Check it out at Bloesem Kids.
  • The Ikea Bed Nook 10 of 25
    The Ikea Bed Nook
    Any small space it great for a nook like building one under the bed.
    Find out more at UCreate.
  • Under the Tree 11 of 25
    Under the Tree
    Get the rundown on how to create your own tree in the reading nook to of brown tissue paper and books.
    Find out more at Flickr.
  • Using a Canopy 12 of 25
    Using a Canopy
    A simple canopy is one of the easiest ways to section off an area into a nook.
    Spotted at House of Many Hues.
  • Reading On the Moon 13 of 25
    Reading On the Moon
    Now, to get my hands on a nook such as this.
    Spotted at Lesapea.
  • Inside a Castle 14 of 25
    Inside a Castle
    What is great about this castle is that it doubles for playtime and quiet reading time.
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
  • Windowsill Reading Nook 15 of 25
    Windowsill Reading Nook
    Enjoy the warm sunlight while reading a favorite book on the windowsill.
    Spotted at The Glow.
  • Curtain Dividers 16 of 25
    Curtain Dividers
    An easy way to section off the reading nook is with cute curtains to close when things get messy.
    Find out more at These Moments of Mine.
  • The Indoor Treehouse 17 of 25
    The Indoor Treehouse
    Grab a book and curl up inside the cozy indoor treehouse.
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
  • Instant Reading Nook 18 of 25
    Instant Reading Nook
    Use bean bags for a quick way to set up a reading nook.
    Spotted at The Sleepytime Gal.
  • Up On Top 19 of 25
    Up On Top
    Build a reading nook on top of a playhouse.
    Spotted at Apartment Therapy.
  • Double Decker 20 of 25
    Double Decker
    If you have two kids, consider making two reading nooks they can each use.
    Check it out at Design Sponge.
  • 3 Bookcase Nook 21 of 25
    3 Bookcase Nook
    Build a reading nook by sectioning it off with three bookcases.
    Spotted at The Dormy House.
  • Whimsical Nook 22 of 25
    Whimsical Nook
    Make a reading nook even more whimsical with clouds and suns.
    Spotted at Flickr.
  • The Inside Scoop 23 of 25
    The Inside Scoop
    Find out how this family created their beneath the apple tree reading nook.
    Check it out at A Little Delightful.
  • A Hint of Vintage 24 of 25
    A Hint of Vintage
    Fill the reading nook with vintage blankets, pillows and toys to give it that vintage charm.
    Find out more at Mini Piccolini.
  • Read 25 of 25
    Read
    A cute addition to the decor, that many reading books are using now, are inspirational words like "read" "soar" and "dream."
    Find out more at House of Turquoise.

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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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