9 cosy kids reading corner ideas

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by Bryony Firth-Bernard |

If you’re looking to get your toddler more interested in books with the hope that they’ll fall in love with reading as they grow up, then you could consider creating a kids reading corner.

The Literacy Trust says that spending time reading with your tot is not only important for building their literacy and academic skills, but also their vocabulary, imagination and it even improves their sleeping pattern (result!).

While you may be happy snuggling down on the sofa or bed to read, you may want to create an area purely dedicated to curling up with a good book that’s a little more separate for your tot. From bedroom corner ideas to built-in niches, we’ve rounded up nine kids reading corner ideas to give you and your tot a cosy and cool space to cuddle up with their favourite book.

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CREDIT: Room for Tuesday

1) Create a cosy corner

We love this modern reading corner by Room for Tuesday, which would be easy to recreate in your living room or tots nursery with a snuggle chair and a few bookshelves.

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