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Study savvy: Bloggers share their best book nooks

Turn wasted space in your home into the perfect book nook. Bloggers share their book nooks for awesome ideas to DIY your kiddo’s new study place.


Thrifty Decor Chick

Thrifty decor chick

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Made out of a cozy closet space, this book nook is small yet perfect for reading. Comfortably made with a bench and pillows, this is a book nook you’ll want to study in. We love the basket devoted underneath the bench for books!


Fab Rehab Creations

Fab Rehab Creations

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Another closet space turned book nook, this creative space comes from Fab Rehab Creations. Making her very own daybed and using a crib mattress, this project cost a total of $100! We love the window in this book nook, perfect for daydreaming.


Warren Grove Garden Creations

Warren Grove Garden Creations

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Decorated in soft neutral tones and with warm lighting, this book nook is a great study space. Using an extra closet in their living room, the couple at Warren Grove Garden turned the unused space into something useful. We love the unique sconces used to make this book nook cozy and relaxing.


Villa Vanilla

Villa Vanilla

Photo credit: My Villa Vanilla

Take your study session into the garden with this pink and gray outdoor book nook. Designed and created by German blogger My Villa Vanilla, this book nook is perfect for studying and getting a little vitamin D. We love the outdoor landscape used to inspire this book nook’s accent colors.


The Wiegands

The Wiegands

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Even little kids need a place to study! The Wiegands got creative when they used a rod to connect the crib to the wall to create a fun and cozy book nook. Perfect for fort play or learning the alphabet, this is a creative way to add a private place for kids in their own space.


Corner House

Corner House Blog

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The perfect book nook to add to a nursery or bedroom comes from the Corner House blog. Complete with shelves and a tree to cuddle under, this book nook is cozy and simple. We love the bright colors incorporated in this bedroom corner.


Mama Papa Bubba

Mama Papa Bubba

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The bloggers at Mama Papa Bubba turned an unused closet floor into a cozy book nook. Complete with hanging clothes and bins to hold excess items, this book nook was created using throw pillows and colorful curtains. We love the idea of turning unused space into something useful!


Good Life of Design

Good Life of Design

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By turning a playroom into a useful study space, the blogger at Good Life Design redesigned her grandchildren’s room into a comfy place to read and relax. Using a fun mix of patterns and colors, Good Life Design added throw pillows and artwork created by the children. We love the built-in drawers to hide homework and other study necessities.


And Then There Was Home

And then there was home

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Ever wonder what to do with the awkward corner space upstairs? Take blogger And Then There Was Home’s idea and turn it into a book nook! Adding bookshelves on both sides of the book nook makes this space perfect for a read with the kids.


These Moments of Mine

These Moments of Mine

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Another creative use of a corner window space is brought to you by blogger These Moments of Mine. With adorable patterned curtains and a bright red beanbag, this is a great use of otherwise wasted space in the home. We love the light blue color of the walls in this book nook.

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