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Trending on Remodelista: How to Style a Cozy Nook

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Trending on Remodelista: How to Style a Cozy Nook

September 13, 2019

The weather here on the East Coast hasn’t quite dipped into sweater temperatures yet, but our Remodelista editors are already thinking of indoor pursuits—like curling up in a cozy nook with a hot cup of tea and a page-turner. Here’s what you need to create your own reading/dreaming/napping spot.

1. A Window for Daydreaming

Photograph by Laure Joliet, from LA Autumnal: A s House Makeover Composed in Jewel Tones.
Above: Photograph by Laure Joliet, from LA Autumnal: A 1920s House Makeover Composed in Jewel Tones.

2. A Soft Blanket

Photograph by Melissa Gidney, courtesy of Rip & Tan, from A Star LA Hair Stylist’s Year-Round Family Lake Cabin.
Above: Photograph by Melissa Gidney, courtesy of Rip & Tan, from A Star LA Hair Stylist’s Year-Round Family Lake Cabin.

3. Objects that Inspire

Photography by Ye Rin Mok, for Creative Spaces, from Wild at Heart: Ceramicist Tracy Wilkinson’s Off-the-Beaten-Path Sanctuary.
Above: Photography by Ye Rin Mok, for Creative Spaces, from Wild at Heart: Ceramicist Tracy Wilkinson’s Off-the-Beaten-Path Sanctuary.

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