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20+ Incredibly cozy book nooks you may never want to leave!

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Today we have put together an amazing collection of cozy book nooks to inspire you to create one in an under-utilized area of your own home. Whether you are remodeling your home or building from scratch, we have some exciting ideas for you to create a snuggly spot in an area of your home to curl up with a good read. So if you love books, continue below for some fantastic ideas. Don’t forget to let us know in the Comments which one of these book nooks you found most inspiring and why!

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1. The wall sconce was sourced from Rejuvenation. This nook is 3′-6″ deep by 4′-0″ wide. The tiny door underneath the stairs leads to a small hideout for the kids. There’s a door on the other side too, so the kids can sneak through! (via JWT Associates)

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2. Part hallway, part reading nook in a spacious farmhouse in Virginia. This is a bunk hall bridge that is over the home’s porte cochere, featuring daybeds with bookshelves underneath. (via Ike Kligerman Barkley)

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3. This cozy window seat offers a plush space to curl up with a good read. Built-in bookshelves and drawers underneath the seat provides plenty of space for book storage. (via Vincent Longo Custom Builders)

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4. A cozy reading nook at the top of a staircase landing provides a book lovers oasis. Bookshelves in varying sizes provides visual interest. (via Shade Abdul Architecture)

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5. A daybed next to a window provides plenty of natural light that is ideal for reading. This cozy nook offers a view as well as a great place to meditate and reflect… or just take a refreshing nap! (via Studiovert Design)

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6. This London apartment takes full advantage of a small window by creating a compact seat extending from the side of the window instead of in front. Built-in shelving behind the seat provides optimal space to house books. (via Forrester Roberts Interior Design)

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7. Although there are no built-in bookshelves in this snug space, it is the ideal spot to curl up with a book. The windows provide plenty of daylighting and a view! (via Anthony Crisafulli Photography)

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8. A rustic Montana mountain home offers an alcove clad with reclaimed wood and an upholstered daybed. A similar one can be found on Pottery Barn. (via Van Bryan Studio Architects)

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9. This space is perfect for kids, with a cozy window seat/book nook anchored by bunk beds for sleeping. (via Laura Hay DECOR & DESIGN)

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10. Painted in a lacquered midnight blue, this cozy library nook in a home in Dallas, Texas is perfect for reading. (via Provenance Builders)

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11. A hand-stitched mattress window seat cushion provides a relaxing spot to curl up in this New York sunroom. The small bookshelves are ideal if you have limited space. The corner shelves can also be an easy DIY! (via The Pillow Studio)

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12. If your cozy book nook is in front of a window, consider creating space underneath the seat for housing books. This can be open shelving or put baskets inside to store your books. (via House of Jade Interiors)

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13. This reading nook in a home in Charleston, South Carolina features custom trim moulding and Australian cypress flooring. This was originally an non-utilized space in an upstairs hallway, which now serves as a great space to curl up with a book. A double-door closet can also be converted into your very own reading area. (via Priester’s Custom Contracting)

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14. This was an unused closet in a private home office, but was unneeded so now it is used as a special place to snuggle and read. There are deep drawers below the seat platform for storage. A custom cushion upholstered with red velvet adorns the seat. The green paint color is Benjamin Moore Fairmont Green #HC-127 in Semi Gloss. The closet dimensions are 64″ wide and 72″ deep (the shelves are 11″ deep). (via Susan Jay Design)

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15. A window area is turned into a cozy alcove with wall sconces, ideal for reading. Built-in bookshelves on either side provides plenty of space to decorate with your favorite reads! (via P. Shea Design)

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16. A cozy alcove provides comfortable seating to read. The opaque glass window offers privacy yet emits plenty of natural light. A built-in cupboard conceals storage, along with a recessed fish tank. (via Mesh Design Projects)

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17. An attic space was transformed into a snug reading nook. A plush cushion adds comfort, while drawers underneath the seat provides extra storage. The skylights illuminates the space with natural light. Similar wall sconces are the Lynnwood from Barn Light Electric. (via Ehlen Creative Communications)

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18. A cottage style home on Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota features a cozy attic space with a comfy reading nook. Storage underneath the built-in seating offers extra space to store your magazine or book collection. (via Stonewood, LLC)

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19. This fun and playful kid’s room is cozy and interactive with dual built-in reading nooks and a chalkboard wall with a climbing wall and bar handles as metal ladder rungs. Splashes of reds and yellows are offset by plenty of white. The floor is a light grey stained oak. (via Roselind Wilson Design)

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20. This New England home offers oceanfront views from a cozy sitting room. Built-in window seats offers plenty of space to curl up with a book, while built-in shelves underneath the seating provides book storage. (via Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects)

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21. On Chicago’s North Shore is this colorful little cubby for reading. Unique curves provides a playful atmosphere and creates visual interest. It’s like a window seat without a window! (via Morgante Wilson Architects)

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22. A basement conversion offers this cozy reading nook built under the stairs. A cozy bench seat with plush cushions is complimented by shelving for functional storage above. A wall light enables adequate task lighting for reading. (via Ryan Wicks Photography)

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23. A cozy nook takes full advantage of an awkward corner of a family room in a Minneapolis home. A small window offers natural light, while shelving provides book storage. (via Hage Homes)

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24. A beautiful waterfront property on Bainbridge Island, Washington features this cozy reading nook under the stairs. (via Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty)

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25. A small, cozy reading nook in a San Francisco, California features silk pillows sourced from Cost Plus World Market. (via Margot Hartford Photography)

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26. A cozy wall alcove in a New York home offers a great spot to curl up with a good read. (via Sara Bengur Interiors)

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27. Under the staircase of this San Diego, California home is cozy alcove with a small reading light. (via JMA Interior Design)

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