Kids Closets Used as Reading Nooks

All a little reader really needs is a book, but a soft place to curl up, a light and maybe even a bit of privacy doesn't hurt. I love the trend of repurposing kids closets as reading nooks. You can keep the door to make a secret reading hideaway or take the doors off to make small rooms seem bigger.

Here are ten examples to inspire you:

TOP ROW:

1. Miss G's Closet Book Nook by Mama.Papa.Buba
2. Closet Nook for a Brother & Sister by Life with Daugs
3. Rhett & Rad's Closet Nook by 551 East
4. Closet Reading Nook in Nautical Boys Room by Nellie Bellie
5. Grant's Reading Nook shared on Apartment Therapy

BOTTOM ROW:

6. Closet Turned Reading Nook by Thrifty Decor Chick
7. Closet Turned Lofted Reading Nook on Design*Sponge
8. Clara's Versatile Potato-Stamped Reading Closet by Young House Love
9. Selma's Closet Nest on Dos Family
10. Chase's Striped Closet Nook by Visual Meringue

(Image credits: Mama.Papa.Buba; Life with Daugs; 551 East; Janel; Esther/My Bride Story; Thrifty Decor Chick; via Design*Sponge; Young House Love; Dos Family; Visual Meringue)

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.

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