We've all been there: the bedroom is just too small for all of the activities that you would like to do in it. Example: You'd love to have a private reading spot or a little niche to sit in just to ponder things or to cozy up to your homework. Nowadays, especially with the recession and downsizing economy, families just aren't building gigantic houses anymore. Space-saving becomes a priority, and the kids' rooms usually take the first hit. Searching yahoo.com while reading up on the daily news, I found this little article about seven magical nooks and niches for secret kids' rooms. One even has a C.S. Lewis inspired entrance. Enjoy!
Every child dreams of a secret space like this reading nook, hidden behind a pivoting bookshelf.
Bunk Bed Cubbies
Each of these bunk bed cubbies in a shared kids’ room feature a curtain that can be drawn for privacy.
The colorful nook in this girl’s bedroom offers a cozy escape.
An armoire serves as the entrance to this C.S. Lewis-inspired hidden nook.
Wide Reading Nook
A wide bottom shelf creates a perfect little reading nook in this space.
This built-in makes the most of available space with a trundle bed.
This child’s bedroom makes the most of difficult space.