Kids and books should be like peas and carrots. To help nurture and grow this important relationship, create a cute reading corner for your kids to gravitate to and get lost in literature. I had a great time finding inspiration on Pinterest and other blogs; why not see for yourself below!
Reading Corners that Rock!
You don’t have to have a huge house to make a reading corner— transform a hallway into an inviting place to stop and read some books.
Create a casual, but peaceful reading corner in a loft, like Soule Mama. Add a plush rug and pillow to make it a comfy place to spend half the day.
Floor to ceiling bookshelves are a great way to show your children how important reading is. What a powerful visual statement!
Get resourceful and turn inexpensive rain gutters into book shelves.
As the kids get older, a reading area can be more sophisticated like this one. I love all the drawers to store books and magazines. I hope heaven has something as beautiful as this.
Keep it simple and just use an oversized floor cushion to create a space to read and relax. Stack a pile of books beside it and watch your little ones flip through the pages.
A mobile reading room is a pretty cool idea! I might even say genius, actually. Especially since it can function as multiple things (I could totally see this being used for a lemonade stand on a hot summer day!).
Convert an awkward section of a room into a reading area by adding fun curtains, bookshelves and a bean bag. This whole project was done for under $80!
Transform a closet into a cozy reading room like Pretty Handy Girl did while her husband and the kids were camping.