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Design ideas for a transitional kids' room in New York. —  Houzz
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Optimise Home added this to 10 Keys for a Well-Functioning House21 October 2020

3. Use the awkward spacesDo you have an area you don’t know what to do with? Challenging spaces are often left bare, and bare spaces tend to attract clutter. If an unused corner in your home has become messy, it may take away from the enjoyment of the room.Think about how you can transform the space, as there are clever ways of putting these awkward areas to good use. In this home, a nook by a door became a gorgeous window seat that’s both functional and cosy.

Becky Harris added this to 6 Great Built-Ins for Kids’ Rooms15 September 2016

6. A nook This is something to consider during the new-construction or renovation-planning phase. A nook can be a favourite place in which to cuddle up and read with a young child. Here the designer tucked a nook between wardrobes and a window. Shelves overhead, comfy pillows and a sconce make it reading-ready, and it has enough room for Dad to cuddle up with both kids for story hour. TELL USHow have you maximised space in your kids’ rooms? Share your tips and tricks in the Comments.MOREBrowse more clever kids’ rooms

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James Watthanasintham added this to Wish List8 January 2022

Window reading nook with large cushion

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