44 Cozy And Comfortable Nook Ideas For Your Home

Cozy And Comfortable Nook

This winter, you may want to give the outdoors a miss and instead choose to remain indoors with these cozy and warm nook ideas.

Here Are 44 Cozy And Comfortable Nook Ideas For Your Home:

Cabin Nook

Use the extra space in your attic to construct a cabin nook with pallet. The attic window will ensure natural light enters in abundance.

Cabin Nook

Non-descript Nook

You can create a cozy nook for yourself in a non-descript location in the house, preferably overlooking the garden.

Kids Nook

Use the extra shelf in the built-in wall cabinet to create a small reading nook for your kid.

Kids Nook

Under The Bookshelf

If you have a floating bookshelf, you can always use the space underneath it to create a small nook for your children. Add a few pillows to make it comfortable.

Storage Nook

Do you have spare storage under your staircase? It can now be converted into a nook for your kids.

Storage Nook


Personal Nook

You can dedicate a small portion of the wall in your kids’ room to create a nook when they need to have some quite time alone.

Mattress Nook

You can create a small little bed in the corner from an upcycled crib mattress – nice and cozy.

Mattress Nook

House Nook

Construct a small house structure to create a nook space for your kids. Elevate it from the ground and use the bottom half as storage space.

Shelf Nook

Convert the topmost part of your shelf into a nook for your little girl to read. Place a ladder to make it easier for her to reach.

Shelf Nook

Attic Nook

Set aside a small section of your attic with vaulted ceilings to create a cozy nook for yourself. Add a cozy rug and some pillows and you’re good to go.

Rug Nook

If you have a cabin room, you can place a comfortable rug in the corner to create a snug nook for when you want alone time.

Rug Nook

Snug Nook

Place a bed in the corner of your attic to create a cozy space for your kids’ to read and unwind. Add a small lamp too.

Natural Lighting Nook

If you have a natural opening for light in your attic, place a small bed underneath to create a snug nook for those nights that you want to spend alone.

Natural Lighting Nook

Lived-In Nook

A cozy bed by a large window, string lights and soft bedding help create a lived-in nook.

Modern Nook

A monochrome space with avant garde wallpaper and a snug single sofa chair comprises this modern nook.

Modern Nook

Kitchen Nook

If you have some spare room just beside your kitchen sink, you can convert it into a snug nook for yourself when you need a break from household chores.

Tee Pee Nook

A Native American built tent inside a room creates a snug space for your kid.

Tee Pee Nook

Outdoor Nook

You could always re purpose an old trampoline and convert it into an outdoor nook for you to enjoy a summer day.

Fancy Nook

Create a fancy nook by using a large cot and folding it to create a makeshift tent. Add a circular ottoman, a cozy table and a small chandelier suspended from the top.

Fancy Nook

Futuristic Nook

Create a pod structure in the wall of your home to create a modern nook.

Closet Nook

Convert a section of your closet into a nook replete with comfortable bedding and a small book shelf too.

Closet Nook

Enclosed Nook

You can create an enclosed nook with old French window frames. Use an empty space in your room for this purpose.

Table Nook

You can create a little nook for your kid under your work table by adding a comfortable quilt and some pillows.

Table Nook

Pallet Nook

You can create a pallet nook for your own personal space. Ensure that the structure is raised to add storage space to the bottom.

Nook Surrounded By Bookshelf

You can fashion a raised nook around a bookshelf to make it the perfect reading place for your kids.

Nook Surrounded By Bookshelf

Raised Attic Nook

Use pallet wood to construct an elevated attic nook with a rustic look by adding small hanging lamps. The base of the structure can be used to store bedding.

Reading Nook

One shelf of a spacious book closet can be converted into a nook for your kid to read in private.

Reading Nook

Carved Nook

You can create a carved nook for your child from an old wooden cupboard which comes with an intricate design.

Window Nook

A small window which opens to reveal a small nook is perfect for some along time.

Window Nook

Classic White Nook

A nook next in the corner of your room can be painted in white to give it a feeling of spaciousness.

Pillow Nook

Use a variety of pillows in different shapes and sizes to create a nook for when you need alone time to catch up on some reading.

Pillow Nook

Makeshift Nook

You can construct a makeshift nook with sheets and other light covers. It represents a gypsy tent with pillows inside to make it cozy.

Makeshift Nook

Mattress Nook

You can place two mattresses together to form a snug nook where you can relax and unwind.

Starry Nook

A small nook embellished with string lights will give the cozy corner a starry feel and look. All-white bedding will also work well.

Draped Nook

You can create make a nook from vintage home drapes that when pieced together looks stunning. Add string lights and soft bedding to make it look nice.

Draped Nook

Up Above Nook

If you have spare space above your office work station at home, you can create a snug nook with string lighting.

Curtained Nook

You can use long curtains in bold colours and prints to create a cozy nook to separate the space from the rest of the house.

Curtained Nook

Archway Nook

If you have an archway in your home, you can always convert it into a nook with a raised platform, soft bedding and a bookshelf for reading.

Daybed Nook

Use a daybed that gives the impression of a built-in sofa to create a nook. Spruce it up by placing a small rug, cocktail table and pillows.

Daybed Nook

Playroom Nook

Use floor cushions and a lamp to create a nook in your kid’s playroom especially if you are cramped for space.

Bunk Bed Nook

A loft above a bunk bed could turn into a cozy nook by adding a few cushions and pillows. Add a lamp for reading.

Bunk Bed Nook

Living Room Window Nook

Add a few chairs and a cushioned bench to create a cozy nook for your home near your living room window space.

Canopy Nook

Create a sheer canopy nook with soft curtains to give it a romantic look and feel. A hanging lantern in the middle will help aid reading.

Canopy Nook

Garden Nook

A garden nook can be created by adding a covered bench with soft cushions and your favourite books.

Garden Nook