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63 Incredibly cozy and inspiring window seat ideas

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1 Kindesign’s collection of 63 Incredibly cozy and inspiring window seat ideas will help inspire your search for the perfect ideas on designing your own window seat. Designing a window seat has always posed a big design challenge for most people, how to make the most of the space under the window so that it is comfortable and makes the space look attractive. It can also help with providing additional storage if you design smart or even accentuate the architectural elements of the home. Window seats are typically carved out of seemingly leftover spaces, or sometimes they appear as an afterthought, added to a design scheme  when everything else has been decided, and the details usually don’t quite work. Often times, they are tucked away and only exist to provide additional storage or fill a space no one knows what to do with.

We can help show you a variety of different ways to make window seats look stunning in your home, adding punches of color and accentuate your space. By using small sofas, pillows, cushions, throws, even small mattresses, a wonderful window seat can be created. Window seats can become your most treasured spot in the home, provided that the shelf is wide enough to accommodate a seat or you can even add small sofas to create the dreamy nook you have imagined. If you have a space in your home with a view and lots of sunshine, this is the perfect place to have a window seat with lots of cozy cushions, a tray for beverages, a luxurious throw and maybe even some shelving to store books with some accent lighting. By filling the recess of a window (dormer, bay, etc), you can create additional comfortable seating areas in your home. Using various decorating styles and patterns can enhance the comfort and appearance of a window.

We have different window seat styles for all room types, kitchens, dining room, living rooms, attics, home office, hallways, bedrooms, children’s bedrooms and bathrooms. Be sure to let us know which one most inspires you and can best accommodate your home design.

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This extravagant window seat in a children’s room provides plenty of area to play and read. The massive shelves on both sides can store as many toys and books as any child could desire.

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There are plenty of storage options in this space, drawers below, cabinets and shelves all around for one very generous built-in unit.

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Storage, storage, storage. Don’t waste the space underneath the seat itself. This is great for storing winter blankets or toys.

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Use a window seat to celebrate the architecture of your home, as this large bay window does.

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What great ideas! I love the mixture of patterns that were used in the design. What I wish you also mentioned was if some of these were both functional and cozy.