15 Awesome Kid’s Reading Nook Ideas And Inspiration

We all love a great book nook. When I procrastinate take a work break, I like checking out what other people do to make comfortable and cute spaces for reading. Here are fifteen awesome kid’s reading nook ideas for you to enjoy and get inspired by. (Check out Amanda’s great round-ups of reading nooks for adults here and here.)

A fabulous use of a deep closet. Kids will love sitting way up high in this kid’s reading nook. (via Apartment Therapy)

A cozy place for kids to get lost in their imagination while reading. (via the Theme Room Blog)

A kid’s reading nook in a wardrobe? Yes, please. (via Lushome)

The library ladder reimagined. (via Fab You Bliss)

Get the kids reading outside! A perfect spring project. (via kidsomania)

A great set up for kids sharing a bedroom. (via Design Dazzle)

I want a space like this for myself. (via FurniKidz)

I love everything about this set-up. The bed in a house frame, the display shelves so books can face out, the colors… this totally works for me. (via Noted List)

First of all, let’s assume this kid is reading a book on a Kindle. Then think about how awesome this would be, like becoming one with the bookshelf. (via Euro Style Lighting)

A kid’s reading nook in a window seat – what more could you want? (via Decor Pad)

I love the lighting and the built-in bookshelves next to the windows. (via GoMighty.com)

These reading circles look so comfortable. (via Casa Claudia)

A great use of a corner, plus the curtains are perfect when kids want to read their books in peace. (via ohdeedoh)

When you make your bed into a reading nook. Of course. (via Buzzfeed)

It’s like reading outside under the stars, only with cushions and no mosquitoes. (via Kid To Kid)

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Karina Glaser: Karina Yan Glaser is a full-time writer and illustrator with a varied career teaching and implementing literacy programs in family homeless shelters and recruiting healthcare professionals to volunteer in under-resourced areas around the world. Karina is the New York Times bestselling author of the middle grade books, The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street and The Vanderbeekers and the Hidden Garden. She lives in Harlem with her husband, two daughters, and an assortment of rescued animals. One of her proudest achievements is raising two kids who can't go anywhere without a book. Website: www.karinaglaser.com; Twitter: @KarinaYanGlaser; Instagram: @KarinaIsReadingAndWriting