Contemporary Family RoomContemporary Family & Games Room

Photo of a contemporary enclosed family and games room in Other with white walls. —  Houzz
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yanicsimard
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Decorating: Use Full-sized Furniture to Make a Small Space Feel Larger28 Jan 2015

Cosy nooks In a tight nook, rather than using a single chair, fit in a chaise, sofa or built-in bench that takes up as much width as possible and dress it with a few large pieces instead of busy clutter. This way the area will read as a large nook instead of a small room.Browse 9 beautiful reading nooks

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Victoria Harrison added this to Houzz Tour: A Charming, Bright Country Home in France21 May 2014

A daybed in another bedroom takes advantage of a cozy nook created by the home’s sloping rafters. Modern style cushions contrast with a more traditional rug - a perfect example of the couple’s signature style. Bedding and cushions: Le Bon Marche; light: Ikea; daybed: Habitat

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louise_mensch
Louise Mensch added this to Nooks5 Sep 2018

Cozy nooks. In a tight nook, rather than using a single chair, fit in a chaise, sofa or built-in bench that takes up as much width as possible and dress it with a few large pieces instead of busy clutter. This way the area will read as a large nook instead of a small room

lisa_hayles
Lisa Hayles added this to Attic bedroom31 Dec 2017

Use a strange little space for a cozy reading nook.

nrexhvel
Nora Kocaj added this to nrexhvel's ideas24 Nov 2017

Cozy nooks. In a tight nook, rather than using a single chair, fit in a chaise, sofa or built-in bench that takes up as much width as possible and dress it with a few large pieces instead of busy clutter. This way the area will read as a large nook instead of a small room.

toniarendstitus
toniarendstitus added this to art and accessories16 Mar 2017

Cozy nooks. In a tight nook, rather than using a single chair, fit in a chaise, sofa or built-in bench that takes up as much width as possible and dress it with a few large pieces instead of busy clutter. This way the area will read as a large nook instead of a small room.

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