RAD READING NOOKS
Grab a trashy novel or an autobiography and snuggle up in one of these cozy spots. http://design-milk.com/5-favorite-reading-nooks/
- •Nook with a viewBuilt within the Mapledene Road house, designed by Platform 5 Architects, a glass box juts out from the structure creating a dreamy, sun-filled window seat for you to get your read on.
- •For the kiddosFrom San Francisco-based Siol, this hidden, plush rug-covered reading nook waits behind a door with a molded plywood platform that’s similar to the curve of a skateboard ramp. \\\ Photos by Paul Dyer
- •An extra cozy spaceThis tiny reading nook is tucked away in a 240-square-foot New York City apartment. Architect Tim Seggerman made the most of every nook and cranny he could find in the Upper West Side studio. \\\ Photo by David Engelhardt
- •Bright and airyArchitect David Hotson turned this vaulted top floor space into a modern bedroom where one side has an alcove bed situated under a wedged space that extends up to the attic. Perfect for reading your favorite romance novel.
- •Sleek and urbanThis New York City loft, designed by Martin Raffone LLC Interior Design, has a long and narrow profile, but with clever design tricks, it’s full of areas to kick back and relax. Check out this reading corner in the bedroom that’s situated on a raised landing that leads to the bathroom. \\\ Photo by Åke E:son Lindman