Book Nooks | Where do you read?

By Rebecca Reed

A reading space can be anywhere, some people find the best places to unwind are the living room or the bedroom, but the ultimate dream for all us book lovers would be a quiet area that you can unplug and let your imagination run wild in a great novel.

Get thinking of that cosy area away from the digital distractions, we have found some great book nooks that we would love to have in our home. – we can dream!

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Treat your little readers to a perfect space so they can read their favourite fiction. With the magical effect of the fairy lights, we would love to have such a beautiful space to escape into.

What to read here?Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak

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An open space with a great view, turn your bay window into a relaxing area for you to curl up with an adventurous tale.

What to read here?Wild by Cheryl Strayed

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If anyone can describe a better feeling than a comfy chair, coffee and all your best books surrounding you we would love you to tell us! This area has everything a book nook needs even down to your favourite literary characters in front of some of the best fantasy books.

What to read here?Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin

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We love the look of these pages as wallpaper, this looks quirky and fun! Read your favourite book in peace here. The only distraction is reading your walls!

What to read here?The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins

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Tucked away, this great closet space makes the perfect alcove to sit and read one of your favourites. Filled with cushions and blankets it makes the perfect cosy-cubby hole.

What to read here?My Sister’s Keeper – Jodi Picoult

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Even the smallest of rooms can be transformed into a great reading area. Put your feet up and read a classic in a serene spot.

What to read here?Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

Don’t worry if your chosen nook is not near a window, make sure you add a lamp or other light source to prevent you from squinting.

Create a fort/tent for you to relax in peace, revert back to your childhood with a great reading nook filled with pillows and blankets so you are comfy on your journey to a new story. For an easier idea, get a big comfy chair to curl up in and escape to those far-off lands.

At World of Books, we have some great fiction to fill your bookcases, shop our full store here.

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