It’s been a long day and all you want to do is relax and read a few (or a hundred) pages of a good book. Here’s some fantasy reading nooks I’d love to crawl into and disappear.
1. I can practically smell the water in this one. A loft space overtaken my books, wool socks, and cozy blankets. Try and pull me away.
2. The plush chairs, wood walls, and ottoman do it for me. (The alcohol in the crystal decanter doesn’t hurt either) Open the window and fall into the story.
3. Want to inside yet connect with the outdoors? Here’s a beautiful alternative. No doors to box you in.
4. So much room to lay out in comfort and so many windows to pause and reflect on the passage you just read. Divine.
5. Zen garden! I’m unsure how you get into this, but I’m willing to sacrifice a weekend to find out.
6. Need a dark space to block out the world? Surround yourself in books and get comfy.
7. Who says you need to take over a closet to make a good book nook? An empty corner and a curtain will do just fine.
8. The colour, the fabrics, swap out the present pooch for my own and I’d never want to leave.
9. More of a city slicker? Find a worn leather chair and ottoman, kick back, and tackle your to-be-read pile.
10. A balcony can be used for more than storing your bike. All-season chair, candles, a soft throw and you’ve got a date night with yourself.
11. Low on space? A true reader only needs a little to crawl into a whole new world.
12. This speaks of pajamas all day.
13. Excuse me. I’ve got important things to do. *climbs into reading hammock*
14. While the cushions could be thicker, the space is enchanting.
15. A reading shed? I could take an entire vacation here.
16. These people know how to spend money.
17. Garden oasis. Good luck finding me.
18. These under the stairs options are a great way to maximize underutilized space.
19. Reading tents are not just for kids. Build one, buy one, use one.
20. My gypsy soul cries out for this little alcove. *swoons*