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This brightly colored space is ideal for younger children. The bright colors and toys in the area will draw them in, where they can then be introduced to the books. This cozy reading space is an incredible small lounging area with plenty of natural light that comes in and lets you read in comfort. This brightly colored nook is a great spot for sitting down and sinking into a good book. With a space set aside from the rest of the home, you can leave it only for reading and prevent it from being muddled by other activities. This cute reading area has multiple chairs, one for solo reading and one for when the children want to read with an adult. There are plenty of great books and even toys to play with during break time. Here is a nice comfortable reading nook tucked away on the side of the room. The fun color makes it stand out and draws children into the space for an excellent time reading and learning. This bedroom is stripped down and quite minimalist. There are not many extravagant features or cluttered space. The reading nook has a nice seating area on the floor with the books nearby. The open windows let in natural light, and there is even a whiteboard to take notes. This beautiful reading spot has comfortable seating, decent lighting, and access to bookshelves. The color scheme is pleasant and calming, which sets an excellent environment in which to read This nook is recessed into the wall and is bright, colorful, and welcoming. Children will be attracted to this spot, and with such bright colors you can have them get involved in the painting and design. This mobile cubby can fit in darker spaces with style. These cubbies can hold all kinds of books and games that will keep your children occupied for a good long while. A seating area along a large window makes for a superb reading space. The natural light is an ideal source of light for reading. This cozy nook is tucked away between two well-stocked bookshelves. This makes a fun spot to escape to get lost in a book with many more on deck for when you don’t want the stories to end. This reading area utilizes a small space and makes it into a fun and creative place to go and read. By hanging art you can inspire the children to engage with the space and make a place where creativity and imagination will flourish. This space may not have initially been used for much but was cleverly turned into a seating area with plenty of shelf space for displaying books. This cozy reading nook is a creative use of the space. This piece of furniture does almost all the work that needs to be done in a reading nook. It acts as both a seat and a bookshelf. If you find a beautiful well-lit spot, you have an instant reading nook. There are many ways to display the books in your reading space. For younger children who are still reading larger picture books, you may want to simply display the books so that the covers can be easily seen. The books here are proudly on display on the shelves. This space has two cozy chairs for kids to sit by themselves or with adults if they are not yet able to read on their own. In the wall of this room is a comfortable and secluded nook that could easily be used for a space to gather and envelop yourself in stories. The space has its own lighting and you can close yourself off from the rest of the world and let the book carry you away. Unused space such as this corner by the stairs can be fitted into a nice reading space that is out of the way. This is an amazing way to make an unused space functional and give your children a space of their own to go and read. A reading nook can be built in and designed with fabulous details, but it can also be a simple and functional space where your children will feel comfortable and secluded so they can focus. If your children are very young, you may want to actively participate in developing their love of reading. By setting up space where you can read to and with them, you can show them how fun it can be. Here is an example of how you can be creative and make your reading space unique. The striking chair, hanging basket seating, and massive round bookcase framing the window are all elements that make this space stand out and draw you in before you even crack open a book. Kids also like sitting on the floor. This space is a tucked away reading space where you can lay on the ground and read a variety of fun picture books with your children.