A great guest post on NESTING SPOTS. Who doesn’t want a cozy personal
space to nest in and enjoy some down time with a favorite book or magazine
and the drink of your choice? This is a universal desire whether you
are in Phoenix, Arizona like me, Wyoming, New York,
London …well you get the picture!
Hello, everyone! I’m so happy to be here with you at S Interior Design with a
guest post from Arcadian Home blog. It’s a great place for interior design
inspiration including beautiful home decor ideas from folding screens
to reading lights and much more.
Today, I’ve brought along images of eight rooms with special places for reading
and relaxing. From charming vintage to chic coastal with lots of classic looks
in between, these wonderful spaces will surely inspire dreams of creating a
comfortable reading nook in your own home. Please enjoy!
Thanks for letting me stop by to visit for a while.
With lots of natural light, this built-in window seat is comfortable and cheerful.
The bright yellow painting would give the space a sunny feel even on gloomy
days. I love the blooming branches.
Stylish and refined, this chaise which is a part of a sectional sofa snugs up
nicely against the built-in library wall. A Tulip table adds a touch of
Mid-Century modern to the space.
The floor is stunning with a stained chevron pattern.
The warm neutral color palette in this comfortable reading nook is a perfect
design choice. I’m a big fan of oxford stripes in home decor and this one is a
A sloped ceiling in soft beach house blue offers the ideal place for a dual arm
chaise lounge—cozy nook for reading or relaxing. Swing arm wall lamps
are just right for reading after dark.
All dressed up in charming vintage chic style, a tiny nook for one is built
into the wall beside a narrow desk. Cool color is seen on the Tolix chair,
medallion rug and velvet pillow.
Vintage beach house style meets glam modern in this pretty space. I love the
contrast between large scale sand dollar wallpaper and sumptuous gold velvet
on the day bed.
A roomy nook in this stylish bedroom makes for a wonderful place to relax with
a good book on a comfortable and good-looking chaise.
The glass pendant light adds a bit of glamour to the space.
And then down by the sea, twin chaise lounges offer the ultimate spot for
reading times two. Soft blue and peachy tan reflect the colors of
water and the sand.
What do you think of these reading nooks? Leave us your thoughts below and
be sure to stop by our blog for more home decor and lighting inspirations!
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I like that these are all different, but all look inviting and peaceful!
Thank you for reading and commenting!!
Love the vintage beach house…the blue seems to just envelope you!
Those light blue chaises have my name written all over them!
How can I find that sand dollar wallpaper??
Hi Shannnon- This was a guest post shared by the Arcadian Home Blog. Perhaps if you went to that blog site, you could get more information.
Thanks for reading!
I am also interested in that sand dollar wallpaper, but couldn’t find it on the Arcandian Home Blog. Do you remember who did the guest post? Or even better, do you have a link to that post??