There’s nothing like having your own little space to curl up with a good book, so why not create one for your little one as well? We gathered our favorite book nooks for kids to inspire us all to create a spot for reading, whether your child is reading by himself or with you. All you really need is a comfy place to sit and lie, a shelf for books and a good light, but we can all aspire to the following book nooks for kids from the uber creative to the downright gorgeous.
Emily Clark designed this book nook in her child’s nursery. The graphic wall stencil and vintage poster are what pull the room together plus the blue and orange color scheme. I also love those globes! Read Emily A. Clark for the step by step tutorial.
This book nook was originally a spare closet in a boy’s room. The home owner did the entire job herself and gives a tutorial on her blog, Pretty Handy Girl. I am in love with the wainscoting, trim and hooks!
This whimsical book nook also used to be a closet. There is plastic grass on the ceiling, cloud pillows on the ground and a faux window with a forest scene! Read more about this incredible reading and play space for kids on the DOS FAMILY.
A closet off a playroom was used to create this lovely little space for reading. The light and the word “nook” are what grab me here. So simple and so cool. Read the tutorial on Thrifty Decor Chic.
This contemporary space for reading is the perfect use of space in a tiny playroom. The white walls and floor make the room look much bigger. (From Pinterest.)
Tucked into a wasted corner in their playroom/office this colorful book nook was designed by the ingenious mom of These Moments of Mine. Visit her blog for all the details.
How lovely is this little corner with a big window? Shelves are made from IKEA spice racks. The home made hanging clouds make the spot dreamy. (From Flickr)