Reading nooks are those nice little nooks in your home where you don’t mind spending a whole day buried up reading a novel or catching up on magazines. The design of these places can be tricky, as usually, focus on comfort overrides aesthetics when you create these spaces. But that doesn’t mean these reading nooks need to be untidy or unappealing to look at.
by Sarah Leeab
This is not from a home, but you got to love the atmosphere here. Courtesy:Barbara Slavin
If reading means more of the virtual thing for you, this setup would suit you:
Here is a private library designed by architect Andrew Berman, in the woods of Long Island for his client who is a writer. The building creates a serene environment that just oozes peace and tranquility.
Fore more reading spaces, take a look at our Set 1.